CertaPro: Join us as we host the 8th Annual Greater Philadelphia Run 5K!

CertaPro Painters of the Main Line is proud to host the 8th Annual Greater Philadelphia 5K.  The community event is held on Armed Forces Weekend and raises money to benefit Local Veterans and Ardmore Rotary Foundation Projects. Location: 5K and 1 Mile Course inside Suburban Square, Ardmore. Awards: Top 1-3 overall Men and Women + Age Groups Amenities: A fun, fast and family friendly event through the streets of Suburban Square. The Race Around the Square consists of a one mile looped course. 5K runners will complete three laps of the course while one mile walkers will complete one lap. The start and finish line will be located at the center of Suburban Square on St. James Pl. This unique looped course provides for a great viewing opportunity for families and spectators. Refreshments, water stations, prizes, t-shirts will be provide to all pre-registered runners. Race Results: Race will be professionally timed by the Bryn Mawr Racing Co.; Results will be found at brynmawrracing.com as well as ArdmoreRotary.org.

FirstService Residential: Join Us for Potomac Watershed Clean Up Day (Rocky Run Park)

FirstService Residential in the Metro DC area will be participating in the Potomac Watershed Clean Up Day, once again, this year. Last year, more than 30 volunteers worked together to collect 40+ bags of trash. The event, coordinated through the Ferguson Foundation and promoted by WMCCAI, will be held on April 13, from 9 am to 1 pm. More details, including location and how to volunteer, will be provided.

Paul Davis: Join Us at the Moo-ve It 5K

This family-friendly event will consist of a one-mile fun run to begin at 9:30 a.m., a 5K at 10 a.m., and a post-race block party on Bay and Ocean Streets, which will include music, beer and food for race participants. Additionally, silver and gold level sponsors will be honored with a VIP rooftop brunch reception after the race. The proceeds from the MOO-VE IT 5K will benefit the Justice Coalition of Northeast Florida. The Justice Coalition is a grassroots 501(c)3 nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that advocates on behalf of innocent victims of crime. The Justice Coalition’s mission is to serve the needs of innocent victims of violent crime, publicize unsolved murders and missing persons, and to promote community safety in six Northeast Florida counties. This event is near and dear to the heart of one of our Paul Davis team members. We are proud sponsors and encourage everyone to come out and Moo-ve It with us! Register now!

FirstService Residential: Donating food and toys for needy families

Associates at FirstService Residential in Vancouver made a difference for needy families by collecting food, toys and cash for deserving families.
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Paul Davis: Join Us for the TwoTop 100K Vertical Challenge

Join Paul Davis Restoration of Suburban MD/DC on Monday, February 11, 2019, when dozens of skiers and snowboarders will descend 100,000 vertical feet in a single day—completing 107 runs at Whitetail Resort in Mercersburg, PA. This event aims to raise funds for and awareness of Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation. Two Top provides adaptive cycling, ski, snowboard and water ski lessons to disabled individuals, including wounded veterans from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Fort Belvoir and surrounding VA Medical Centers. All lessons for our disabled veterans and their families are FREE. Last year, Two Top provided over 650 lessons to disabled athletes during the winter and summer. Over 470 of these lessons were disabled veterans and their family members.

Paul Davis: Join Us in Beautifying the Boys and Girls Club

Generation WORKS is a dedicated day of service led by women and girls (of course men and boys are welcome too!) with the objective of bringing sustainable change and impact to our neighborhoods. Each year, more than 500 volunteers roll up their sleeves at WORKS sites across Northeast Florida to leave hand prints and heart prints on our community by helping to elevate the work and enhance the lives of those touched by each organization. On Saturday, February 2, 2019, the 5th annual Generation WORKS will mobilize volunteers who will wire, weed, wash, and work their magic at local schools, nonprofits, and agencies to transform our communities for the greater good. Paul Davis will work on grounds beautification at Boys and Girls Club of Jacksonville Beach. To sign up visit GenerationWorks2019.eventbrite.com.

National Wear Red Day

Friday, February 1st is the start of American Heart Month to support and spread awareness about cardiovascular disease. FirstService Residential is here to spread the message and support those who have or know someone who has cardiovascular disease. Help us spread awareness by wearing RED on Friday, February 1st. We will be taking pictures for Social Media and using the hashtags – #WearRedDay #WearRedandGive #FirstServiceResidential

Century Fire: Helping foster families through Diapers to Diplomas fundraiser

Super Restoration: Helping prepare 124,416 meals for those in need

Super Restoration helped assemble a team of 650 volunteers who spent a weekend preparing an astounding 124,416 meals for hungry children around the world during a recent mobile pack event for Feed My Starving Children. This was the company’s third year participating in this worthwhile event.
 “This was my first year being a part of a Feed My Starving Children event. I took on the role as the event coordinator and began working on this project back in August 2018,” said Jamie O’Camb, executive assistant to Rene Vargas (CEO). “After all the hard work was done and everything was ready to go, I couldn’t believe the event day was finally here. That morning, I made my way to the back to see all the people packing the meals. It truly brought tears to my eyes to see such genuine people and families, taking time out of their weekend to pack meals for starving children. This was something that made a huge impact on me and I will continue to support this cause for a very long time.”
In addition to packing meals, the team also helped raise $30,000 for this worthy cause.

Feed My Starving Children Event Supervisor Louis Hintz acknowledged the team’s hard work by saying, “Thank you so much for an amazing event. Thank you all for having a heart for the precious kids that we feed day in and day out. We had a great time working with you all this weekend and appreciate all the hard work you put into this event! The core team, volunteers and everyone else were all incredible. Thanks again!”

 

FirstService Residential: Help Us Collect Socks & Suds for Emergency Shelter Residents through February 18

The FirstService Residential New Jersey High-Rise team will be collecting new socks, soap and other personal care items for St. Lucy’s Emergency Shelter in Jersey City, NJ from January 28 through February 18. St. Lucy’s Emergency Shelter is a supervised 24-hour, 7-day-a-week, year-round emergency shelter facility for single women and men offering emergency housing and food for those in need. Collection boxes will be placed in the front lobby to place new socks, soap, shampoo, etc. Thank you for your support!