We are committed to doing our part to better the communities in which we live and work. We encourage our employees to participate as community volunteers and many on our team are firefighters, EMTs, coaches, and more. Every year, we also make financial and in-kind contributions to a wide variety of activities and causes within our service area.
Our company has partnered with schools, literacy programs, youth programs, senior citizen facilities, military organizations, and many others to help them reach their goals. In 2012 we launched a partnership with Amazon.com to raise funds for our community with our Community Rewards program. Below are some of the contributions we have made.
If your group or organization (non-profit organizations only) would like to
be considered for funding, please complete an application and mail it to us at:
318 N 100 East, Kanab, UT 84741
Relay For Life
Each year, more than 4 million people in over 20 countries take part in this global phenomenon and raise much-needed funds and awareness to save lives from cancer.
4-H And Agriculture Projects
Our service area is predominantly a rural, agricultural area. Fewer young people are choosing to stay involved in agriculture, which has a negative impact upon our service area. Knowing the vital role the agriculture plays in our society, South Central has made financial contributions to 4-H activities throughout our service area.
Huntsman World Senior Games
For two weeks every October, St. George becomes home to more than 6,000 senior athletes from across the United States and around the world. Men and women for 50-96 years old come together to compete in events such as golf, basketball, softball, and track & field events. South Central is proud to be a Blue Ribbon Sponsor of the games.
Support For Military Families
The war on terrorism in Iraq has directly affected many residents in our service area. When The 222nd Army National Guard unit, based in Southern Utah, was called to active duty in Iraq, SoCen learned one of the greatest challenges facing the families of those military personnel was the inability to communicate with loved ones at home. To deal with that problem, SoCen provided free Internet service and long distance calling cards to families of active duty military personnel.