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Meet Christy Eubanks, winner of the SRP President’s Volunteer Spirit Award

This is the second installation in a series of posts about the winners of SRP’s 2019 President’s Volunteer Spirit Awards.

Christy Eubanks works in the Strategic Energy Management department at SRP. She is proud to give back to Make-a-Wish after the foundation touched her family’s life.

Making wishes come true for sick children

Helping make the wishes of critically ill children come true is something that’s very personal for Christy Eubanks. Her grandson, who is in remission from a rare liver cancer, was the recipient of a Make-A-Wish® in 2014.

Watching a community unite to grant his wish changed his life — and the life of her entire family — and inspired Eubanks to begin volunteering with the organization. In just over a year’s time, she has volunteered over 100 hours at Make-A-Wish, helping grant four wishes to “wish kids.”

Eubanks has been so moved by the joy the organization’s loving mission provides that she is recruiting others to volunteer for the organization so they can help even more sick children. Here Christy shared her passion for helping kids in her own words.

About SRP Presidents’ Volunteer Spirit Award

The SRP Presidents’ Volunteer Spirit Awards recognize employees like Christy and Freddie Dobbins Jr. who are leaders in volunteerism and who serve as outstanding examples of the power of caring. These awards represent SRP’s rich heritage as well as the enduring support of our elected leadership for the volunteer efforts of our employees.

One of the truly remarkable aspects of the SRP employee family is the unwavering commitment to volunteerism that spans the entire organization. Employees from all areas of SRP help build stronger communities through their personal commitment to volunteering. This volunteer spirit provides vital services in the community and helps define SRP in the eyes of those we serve.

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