There are three "C's" in which Payne Financial Group is based upon. Clients. Colleagues. Communities. Those three words are forefront in each employee's mind daily...and PFG is proud to employ some of the most philanthropic and dedicated community members in each of the cities we have offices. Choose any city listed below for a description of what PFG employees are doing to make their community great.
Courtesy of the Missoulian "Todd Koster's real job is that of a commercial sales executive at Payne Financial Group in Missoula, but Tuesday Koster was painting leaves and stage sets at the Missoula Children's Theatre for it upcoming production of "Camelot." Ten members of the Payne staff joined Koster at MCT for a day of volunteer work. Tawni Sherry used her painting skills for something a bit more detailed than spray-painting leaves. "I've played with dice, but I've never painted them," said Sherry. The folks at Payne teamed with Western States Insurance staff for their annual community service work around town this week. The volunteers have stops at the Humane Society of Western Montana, Watson Children's Shelter, Opportunity Ranch near Frenchtown and the Moon Randolph Homestead in the North Hills."
In Fall 2011, nine volunteers from the Missoula office helped set up for the presentation of Dracula at the Missoula Community Theater. Colleagues were on stage painting set pieces and otherwise turning plywood into Dr. Van Helsing's sanitarium. Click HERE to follow a link to MCT Backstage!
Missoula office colleagues Hillary Ogg and Libby Latrielle pounded the pavement (literally) for 6 months training for the Missoula half marathon...and it was all for a good cause. Hillary and Libby began training in March with a community goal in mind, raising money for Missoula Youth Homes. Both finished with very respectable times of just over the 2-hour mark. Most importantly...they raised over $1600 collectively for Missoula Youth Homes. Well done Hillary and Libby!
In Fall 2010, the Missoula staff cleaned up the grounds at Opportunity Resources, Humane Society, Missoula Aging Services, and the Ronald McDonald House.
In Fall 2009, the Missoula staff lent a hand to Opportunity Resources. The volunteers helped tear down and clean up after the Autumn Fest at the Opportunity Ranch in Frenchtown. This included cleaning up the grounds, taking down booths, storing materials and harvesting the remainder of the pumpkin patch.