Fall is just around the corner! Paul Davis is pitching in across North America as the weather cools, advancing worthy causes by volunteering our people, equipment, time and expertise. Our employees gave back to a diverse range of charitable causes recently to support the communities in which they live and work. 

Raising Funds for Big Brothers and Big Sisters: Paul Davis of Northern New Mexico recently hosted a golf tournament to benefit the local chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, a nationwide mentoring network that empowers youth by pairing at-risk boys and girls with adult mentors. This Paul Davis team collected almost $12,000 for this program. 

Golfing to Help Sick Children: Paul Davis of Boston South & Rhode Island, Massachusetts, sponsored a golf tournament organized by The Helping Heart, a nonprofit that supports families with children in treatment at Boston Children’s Hospital. In the past three years, this office has raised $75,000 for this charity, with its sights set on reaching the $100,000 mark by the end of 2021.

Protecting the Oceans: Paul Davis of the Gables, Florida, recently participated in the

World Oceans Day Beach Cleanup in partnership with a local nonprofit that promotes oceanographic research, conservation, and education.

Helping the Homeless: Paul Davis of Central Mississippi, in partnership with the local Chamber of Commerce, supported Shower Power, a local nonprofit that offers mobile shower service, haircuts, food, clothing and more to the homeless. 

Partnering with First Responders: Paul Davis of Lanier Isles, Georgia; South Atlanta, North Atlanta, and Central Georgia sponsored the 2021 Georgia Police and Fire Games. The fun event showcased several competitions for first responders such as basketball, softball, wing eating, golf and more.

What’s next on our charitable activities calendar as 2021 continues? View our social purpose calendar and join us if you’re nearby! Throughout every event, we safeguard our partners, neighbours, employees and communities by carefully following all recommendations for COVID safety. 

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