FirstService’s 2022 Summer of Service is off to a strong start. With one month under our belts, we are encouraged to hear so many members of our FirstService family have already engaged in thoughtful acts of service, large and small. As the summer hours keep getting longer, make the most of them by taking some time to do something good. In this special issue of Spotlight, we are celebrating the many ways our team members #FirstServeOthers by supporting our people, our communities and our environment.
On Saturday, June 4th, I was honored to participate in an all-day fundraiser called the Motionball Marathon of Sport in Toronto. The event brought together athletes of all abilities to play a variety of sports while raising funds and awareness for the Special Olympics Canada Foundation.Read More
Saturday, May 28 turned out to be a lovely morning and we had a glorious walk in the sunshine at Ashbridges Bay. It was also wonderful for our families to come together to meet each other – each of us touched by Alzheimer’s Disease in our own unique way. Our small but mighty team ended […]Read More
On Saturday, June 11, a group of 14 of us, including spouses and children, joined the City of Birmingham’s trash clean up. We collected 34 bags of trash and filled the bed of a pickup truck with discarded items including TVs, bookshelves and tires.Read More
Hali Abner of Paul Davis created a memorable luncheon for the hard-working administrative assistants of Southwestern Ohio’s fire chiefs.Read More
The Summer of Service Action Challenges are an easy way to help get you started and stay motivated to do something that will make a difference for people, communities and the environment. Visit the Summer of Service page to click a button and complete an Action Challenge to be entered into a random drawing for […]Read More
Trash CleanUp: Help clean up a nearby community park. All you have to do is put on some gloves, grab a trash bag, pick-up litter (pick-up stick optional) and toss away. Give the Gift of Life — Become a Blood Donor: Roll up your sleeves and take a seat for 20 minutes. Someone’s life may […]Read More