LEHI, Utah, Dec. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Christmas came earlier for Utah's homeless as 10,000 hygienic "Santa" Bags were delivered to several service agencies by employees of Lehi based IT Firm Asierus Carefree Technology and American Fork natural health care products manufacturer Xlear.
In a mutual endeavor, employees from both companies, and volunteers deputized by Santa, spent the majority of last week filling bags with donated items from Xlear's product line of Spry toothpaste, toothbrushes, mouthwash, and other essentials many of Utah's homeless go without. "We hope this small gift for better oral health can help many disadvantaged people in our communities," said Nathan Jones, CEO of Xlear Inc.
Asierus Carefree Technology CEO Jeremy Hale Simmons created the bag giving program as a service opportunity with his employees and a way to help those struggling during the holiday season. "When I began reaching out to service agencies to tally up how many bags they might need, the numbers came in around 10,000," Simmons said. "We are grateful for all the amazing people that have contributed to this project and we hope to continue helping people all year around."
Simmons, at one time honored on Utah's 40 under 40 List of Entrepreneurs, has expanded his company's charitable involvement throughout the state and dedicated additional resources to help provide basic necessities to Utah's homeless. A GoFundMe page has been created to assist in their efforts https://www.gofundme.com/santabags
Asierus provides world-class support in IT, marketing, scaling, and manufacturing. With 24hr real-time support, Asierus has created one of the most successful business platforms for varying technological applications, while maintaining speed and accuracy for clients all over the world.
SOURCE Asierus Carefree Technology