FirstService Residential: Las Vegas Cheyenne’s Magical School Bus

The Cheyenne’s Magical School Bus Tours program was created in 2008 in loving memory of a remarkable little girl named Cheyenne. She loved visiting the Magical Forest, sharing laughter and hugs with her friends, and connecting with the wonderful people with intellectual disabilities Opportunity Village serves.

Opportunity Village is happy to know that Cheyenne will forever watch over the Magical Forest and the very special children who visit. Cheyenne’s Magical School Bus Tours provides a Magical Forest field trip experience to first grade students from Clark County School District’s most at-risk Title I schools. While youngsters are given the chance to frolic in the excitement of the holiday season, lessons of inclusiveness, acceptance and disability awareness are also incorporated into the day of fun – making it a most merry and meaningful visit to Opportunity Village and the Magical Forest. Through interactions with the wonderful people Opportunity Village serves, classmates and teachers alike, we remind kids how simple it is to Just Be Nice!


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LIVunLtd: Spread Holiday Cheer to Hospitalized Kids at Our Holiday Celebration Card Making Event

Come participate in donating your time and creativity to hand make a special uplifting card for a child that is hospitalized. This charitable event through Cards for Hospitalized Kids helps spread hope, joy and magic to hospitalized kids across America.

If you are unable to attend but wish to make cards, please feel free to send them to Briana Hoffman at the address below.

Must RSVP to in order to be added to the guest list.

Century Fire: Help Support Diapers to Diplomas at our 2019 Clay Shoot

Join us for Century Fire Protection’s Annual Charity Clay Shoot benefiting Diapers to Diplomas.

We’d like to invite you to have a good time with us and our industry partners while supporting a GREAT cause. We partner with Graystone Church to fund ministries that support orphans and foster families in Georgia and abroad. All proceeds from this event will be donated to support this cause. Event and sponsorship information can be viewed from the link below. Your support is greatly appreciated.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Century Fire: Join Us at the Great 515 Duck Derby Benefitting the Boys & Girls Clubs of North GA

If you ever wondered what 10,000 rubber ducks swimming in the Toccoa River look like, now’s your chance to find out! Join us at this adorable, family-friendly fundraiser to support the great work of the Boys & Girls Clubs of North Georgia as the rubber ducks race to the finish line at Horseshoe Bend Park in Mineral Bluff.

Century Fire is proud to be the Grand Quacky Duck sponsor, which means Quacky will be shaking his tail feathers in Century Fire logo attire as he promotes the race.

Join us for a day of fun, or if you can’t make it in person, you can “adopt” a duck for the race!


FirstService Residential: Silo Point – Service Day

2019 is the first year FirstService Residential is holding a region-wide “Service Day” – making an impact on the lives of our local communities. Silo Point has partnered with local companies to support the Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School in Baltimore City. Through these efforts, we have reached out to multiple business partners to ask for their assistance in this charitable effort. Some of the partners that have committed their time, effort or monetary support include, but are not limited to; Brightview Landscaping, Certapro Painters, Planned Companies and Heartline Fitness. They will be offering their services to clean up the school’s grounds, paint a monument in desperate need of a refresh, clean the school’s interior and donate fitness equipment. The nearly 40 vendors that have made commitments to the cause will also be gathering school supplies, making cash contributions or volunteering their time to help with the various projects. We continue to seek additional partners, donations and commitments and encourage you to help in any way possible. School supplies can be donated and dropped off at Silo Point’s front desk. Please reach out if you have questions or would like to help support the Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School.

LIVunLtd: Join Our Fall Festivities Card Making Event for Hospitalized Children

Come participate in donating your time and creativity to hand make a special uplifting card for a child that is hospitalized. This charitable event through Cards for Hospitalized Kids helps spread hope, joy and magic to hospitalized kids across America.

If you are unable to attend but wish to make cards, please feel free to send them to Briana Hoffman at the address below.

Please be sure to RSVP to in order to be added to the guest list.

FirstService Corporation: Donating Life Saving Blood in Honor of a Special Child

FirstService employees donated blood in honor of six-year-old Ella

Employees from FirstService Corporation’s Toronto headquarters joined together in a month-long drive to donate blood in honor of a special little girl.  Ella was born with a serious heart defect called “Transposition of the Great Arteries.” In her first six years of life, Ella has endured more than many do in an entire lifetime, including nine heart surgeries, being placed on an artificial heart and lung machine for four days, and receiving well over 50 units of blood. Thanks to donors who have generously donated their own blood, Ella has celebrated birthdays, Christmases and will be starting Grade 1 in the fall.

From left, blood donors Bailey MacDonald, Christian Cutts, Antonio Sirianni, Andrew Hui and Roger Thompson

Honoring Ella

FirstService donated blood under “Team Ella” which was started by Ella’s parents as a way to give back to the organizations that have helped Ella. While their original goal was to collect 50 units of blood in Ella’s name to “put back into the system” what Ella had used, they have far surpassed this goal and continue to encourage blood donation.

As Ella’s mom says, no one ever expects that they, or someone the love, will need blood someday. But if you do, you absolutely better have it when you need it, where you need it, and the right type.

Thanks to the contributions of the FirstService team, Team Ella’s monthly blood donations increased by 50% for the month of July.

How You Can Help

The need for blood is great throughout North America, and we encourage you to consider donating through Canadian Blood Services or American Red Cross Blood Services.

If you wish to support Team Ella, please follow these steps:

  1. Visit

  2. In the “Partner ID” box, type “TEAM368169”

  3. Put in the rest of your personal information as requested

  4. Click Submit

  5. To locate a donation center near you, please visit:

FirstService Residential: Dania Annual Backpack Drive to Prepare Students for School

Every year we partner with the Broward Education Foundation to help local students get ready for the New School Year.

We time it to be around the the Tax-Free weekend so we can get as many supplies as possible. We also receive monetary donations.

These are the usual supplies needed:

  • Composition books

  • Erasers

  • Index cards

  • Rulers

  • Dry Erase Markers

  • Crayons

  • Notebook/Filler paper

  • Pens

  • Glue (4 oz.) bottles

  • Back Packs

  • Copy Paper

Paul Davis: WOKV Care-A-Thon Benefiting the Child Cancer Fund

For the last several years Paul Davis has recruited volunteers to work the phone lines at the WOKV Care-A-Thon, which raises money to benefit the Child Cancer Fund, a local non-profit.

This year the event will be held on Friday, July 12. WOKV is hosting the 5th Annual WOKV Care-A-Thon at Wolfson Children’s Hospital and Nemours Children’s Specialty Care.

Just like in previous years, volunteers will answer telephones and have a chance to talk to gracious donors who are calling in to support this special organization and help with reaching this year’s goal of $300,000! Last year, Paul Davis employees helped the Child Cancer Fund exceed its goal and raised over $257,000… this year we aim to do more!

FirstService Residential: Support Las Vegas and Reno Schools During our School Supply Drive

Each year we select school(s) in NV to assist by collecting basic school supplies to be provided to the teachers and students who are in need. In 2018 we raised $31K in school supplies which was enough to aid 4 schools. Our 2019 goal is to assist 6 schools, approx. $36K in school supplies.


Las Vegas office: 8290 Arville Street, Las Vegas, Nevada 89139

Reno office: 639 Isbell Road Suite #280 Reno, Nevada 89509