As we enter 2022, Paul Davis team members have new energy for volunteering and helping people in need and charitable organizations in our communities. We are proud to offer time, expertise, space, equipment and enthusiasm wherever we can. Here’s where we pitched in recently:

Collecting Canned Food for Local Charities: Many Paul Davis locations participated in a canned food drive to close out 2021. The corporate office created advertising materials to let communities know about the drive, each office chose a local charity and a friendly competition ensued as each office tried to collect the most cans to help local hungry families stock their pantries.

Hosting a Fun Photo Scavenger Hunt for Those In Need: Paul Davis of Sioux City recently hosted its first photo scavenger hunt to collect funds for local charities. Sixteen teams of four were tasked with finding more than 50 landmarks around town and then snapping a team photo when they found it. The participants had lots of fun and attracted the attention of local reporters! 

Beautifying Outdoor Spaces By Collecting Litter: A group of Paul Davis locations fanned out across their local landscapes to take part in the 2021 Paul Davis Cleanup Week. The energetic teams removed thousands of bottles, papers, wrappers, miscellaneous trash and other debris. These locales started 2022 with tidier surroundings.

Raising Funds for Local Firefighters: Paul Davis of West County Missouri recently acquired a one-of-a-kind authentic St. Louis Blues alternative jersey autographed by Blues Hall of Famer Al MacInnis. The jersey carries the local firefighters’ Maltese Cross, the local ice hockey team’s logo, the player #2 label, and the autograph. The Paul Davis team created a drawing to raise money for the local nonprofit Responder Rescue supporting first responders in the area. 

What’s next on our charitable activities calendar as 2022 begins? 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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