As we celebrate our 80th anniversary, we’re preserving our community for the next 80 years by doing 80 local acts that have a global impact. Read about our acts from October, and see what’s new below!
Here’s the impact so far:
65. We hosted a Shred Day at our Paso Robles branch, helping out members securely destroy 1,280 gallons of documents in a green way.
66. For our October Member Appreciation Day, we held a drawing for a personal shredder at each branch and online, to give more members an opportunity to destroy personal documents securely.
67. SESLOC employees participated in SLO RideShare’s alternative commute contest, saving 4,315.9 lbs of CO2 from entering our air.
68. We supported the Natural History Museum of Santa Maria, a nonprofit providing free ecological education and exhibits to the community.
69. We digitized our vacation sell-back period, eliminating another paper form.
70. We offer online training sessions for staff to reduce travel time.
71. We hosted November’s free family day at the SLO botanical gardens, allowing more people to access the grounds and learn about local ecology.
72. We supported a volunteer day to water and mulch 132 newly planted trees at Waller Park in Santa Maria.
Stay tuned to learn about more ways we’re promoting sustainability.