Paul Davis Restoration Volunteers in Communities We Serve Throughout Canada

It’s reassuring that donors in Canada rate compassion toward people in need as their top reason to give most often (89%), followed by personally believing in the cause (85%) and wanting to make a contribution to the community (79%). Our business owners, their employees, and often family members, volunteer time, skills, and financial support to many needy local causes. Our Social Purpose was established by FirstService Brands, our parent company, in 2018 with the #FirstServeOthers hashtag. Our Social Purpose is defined by our desire to do good while doing good work. We focus our efforts on three key pillars: our people, our communities, and our environment. If you want to learn more and maybe join one of our charitable activities, click here.              

Paul Davis Restoration, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada Makes Needed Blood Donations

The caring team members of this Paul Davis Restoration business joined forces to participate with Canadian Blood Services to make their largest ever group donation. Their contributions took little time yet provided great help to the community at a time of year when blood supplies are so very necessary. #DifferenceMakers #FirstServeOthers

Paul Davis Restoration of Utah Supports Wildfire Team Returning from Texas

Utah Task Force One Urban Rescue had deployed 48 members of their Urban Rescue team to Texas to combat a wildfire. Upon their return, this Paul Davis office was approached to wash and repack the 48 sleeping bags that had been utilized during the mission. This task was vital because Utah Task Force One lacks essential equipment to do this task and they cannot be re-deployed until cleaning is complete, potentially leading to delays in their life-saving operations. Thanks to the Paul Davis team who stepped in to help. #DifferenceMakers #FirstServeOthers

Paul Davis Restoration, Northwest New Brunswick Lights the Way To Support Better Mental Health

This Paul Davis business recently sponsored the inaugural Music Candles concert, hosted by the Canadian Mental Health Association of New Brunswick, Inc. and displaying 1,500 candles to brighten the evening. Attended by 400 people and showcasing a string quartet serenading the audience with Abba’s greatest hits, this noble cause deeply touched many in the community. #DifferenceMakers #FirstServeOthers