In February, a large group of skiers and snowboard enthusiasts – Paul Davis employees among them – gathered at the Whitetail Resort in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, to support a worthy cause. They descended 100,000 vertical feet in a single day, completing 107 runs to raise money and awareness for the Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation.
The Foundation provides year-round sports education and training for disabled veterans and disabled individuals in Pennsylvania, Washington D.C., West Virginia, Virginia and beyond. The work that Two Top has spearheaded to change lives has attracted high-level recognition: the organization received the Spirit of Hope Award from the U.S. Army.
The Whitetail ski area, which offers free winter sports lessons for all disabled veterans and their families, provided a perfect opportunity for Paul Davis to advance its widespread charitable outreach efforts. Company-wide, Paul Davis supports a number of charities including the American Cancer Society, the Child Cancer Fund, the Red Cross and Global Community Engaged Learning: Project Uganda. Individual Paul Davis offices participate in local charitable organizations and events year-round, with charitable events occurring frequently throughout the year.
“Paul Davis has a history and a passion for providing help to staff, individuals and families during some of the most difficult times in their lives. Our vision is to provide extraordinary care while serving people in their time of need. Paul Davis’ work in restoration and emergency services allow us to do this every single day,” said Kali Freeland, Talent and Change Leader at Paul Davis.
Interested in learning more about how Paul Davis supports charities or to join in our efforts to support those in need? Visit the Paul Davis website for more information.