As the world returns to the new normal following the global pandemic, Paul Davis continues to help struggling organisations and communities. Many of these events proceed differently. In person events are transitioning to virtual functions, for example, and social distancing requirements remain in force at others. However, our staunch commitment to bettering our communities hasn’t changed. Our people, our funding, our equipment and our time are still deployed for charity throughout North America. 

Recently, our team pitched in for these worthy causes:

Paul Davis of Fairfield/West Chester NY donated cleaning services to the local fire department during the fight against COVID-19.

Paul Davis of Bucks County PA

Paul Davis of Bucks County PA

Paul Davis of Bucks County PA spearheaded a food drive that collected 10,000 pounds of food, baby items and other donations to benefit the local non-profit Mary’s Cupboard

Paul Davis of Central Ohio cleaned first responder vehicles, helping these important community officials stay healthy and safe throughout the COVID-19 crisis.

 

 

Paul Davis of Southern New Hampshire and Maine

Paul Davis of Southern New Hampshire and Maine

Paul Davis of Southern New Hampshire and Maine partnered with a local radio station to hold a Mother’s Day Drive-By Parade that stopped at local hospitals, nursing homes and neighbourhoods to spread cheer and goodwill. 

Paul Davis of Central Pennsylvania has offered multiple rounds of cleanings to combat the virus on first responder vehicles in local communities.

 

 

We continue to add charitable events to our social purpose calendar. Take a look at what’s happening this summer and join us if you’re local! Paul Davis team members will hoof it at the Heartland Triathlon & Sprint Relay, jog in the Firecracker 5K, staff a child cancer telethon and boost their pulse for good works at the American Heart Association Heart Walk. Throughout these activities, we protect our local communities, partners, neighbours and employees by following all applicable recommendations for social distancing and personal protective equipment. 

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