As all of us confront the risks of COVID-19 and change our lives to keep everyone safer, Paul Davis continues to volunteer its people, expertise and funding to help struggling organisations and communities. These events may take place differently – many in person events are transitioning to virtual functions, for example – but our staunch commitment to bettering our communities remains as strong as ever and we continually seek out new ways to give back. 

Here are a few of the places our teams pitched in recently:

Paul Davis of the Golden Triangle, Mississippi deployed teams of employees in the morning hours to clean and treat carts at local grocery stores before at-risk groups shopped.




Paul Davis of Bloomington/Peoria, Illinois cleaned the Children’s Home & Aid building, helping the nonprofit organization continue emergency services for its local community.


Paul Davis of Greater Birmingham, Alabama hosted a blood drive, helping alleviate the critical blood shortages resulting from COVID-19 limitations. 



Paul Davis of North Houston, Texas donated preemptive cleaning services to the SpringSpirit Community Center to ensure families and children can use the center safely.


Paul Davis of North Florida donated protective equipment including masks to local hospitals, earning a Business of the Day recognition from the city of Jacksonville.



Paul Davis of Greater Denver and Douglas County, Colorado donated time and resources to clean carpets at the Ronald McDonald House of Denver, cleaning nearly 7,000 square meters. 



Paul Davis of Southeast Wisconsin donated hundreds of N95 masks to the staff at Children’s Milwaukee.



Paul Davis of Southeast St. Louis, Missouri donated paper products to local families in need that had been unable to find these items on store shelves.



At Paul Davis, we continue to build our social purpose calendar. When feasible, we are participating virtually in charitable events and focusing our support on recipients who are critically important and particularly needy during these challenging times: food banks, first responders and the healthcare industry. Throughout these activities, we protect our local communities, partners, neighbors and employees by following all applicable recommendations for social distancing and personal protective equipment.