Hincklease helps Turn Community Services
Brian Baker Executive V.P presents $1000 check to Phil Shumway Executive Director of Turn Community Services. Turn is a wonderful Non Profit serving developmentally disabled people across Utah. In addition to the monetary donation, Hincklease employees contributed hundreds of in-kind gifts for TURN’s Labor of Love, which served 133 low-income individuals with disabilities this past season.
For more than 25 years, Hincklease, the commercial lending arm of Hinckley, Inc., has fulfilled a vital service for TURN by offering reasonable leasing and purchasing options for the agency’s transportation system. Today, TURN operates a fleet of 45 vehicles, nearly half of which are leased. The vehicles provide transportation for many of the more than 600 TURN clients in programs throughout the state.
Hincklease helps the community on the Wasatch Front.
Just in time for Christmas, Hincklease Employees delivered hundreds of in-kind gifts to Rescue Mission of Salt Lake and the Boys & Girls Club of Salt Lake. Both of these community outreach programs help hundreds of people each day.
The employees took time and made a trip to Costco where they bought food and toiletries for these organizations individually. Hincklease was happy to match one for one of everything the employees bought.
Hincklease employees also brought in clothing and toys for children. They made toiletry kits for both organizations of tooth brush & tooth paste, deodorant, and soap & shampoo.
Hincklease also held a food drive for the Utah Food Bank and collected over 250 lbs of food to help provide food for families.
Rescue Mission Salt Lake pickup a truck load of Hincklease Donations just in time for the holidays.