Isaac Jowers has a heart of gold. The 12-year-old boy has found a unique way to spend his free time and give to the community. Rather than spending over 20 hours on the latest video game, Isaac has spent over 20 hours making and tying quilts to donate to leukemia patients at Primary Children’s Medical Center. He also stays after school to help with his school’s penny drive and seeks monetary donations to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
That is why Chris Thresher, with The Advocates at Driggs, Bill & Day, has named Isaac this month’s Community Advocate. He has shown that he is a good Samaritan that helps his community.
“One of the essential qualities of being an advocate in the community is really expressing and showing love for your neighbor,” says Thresher. “(Isaac) has really shown a lot of love his community.”
To nominate a Community Advocate click on the Community Advocate Tab. For more information on The Advocates at Driggs, Bills and Day, visit utahadvocates.com or call 801-326-0809
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