Tagged: Community Service

The Importance of Giving Back During the Holiday Season

The Importance of Giving Back During the Holiday Season

Whether you’re buying gifts for a family in need or volunteering at your local soup kitchen, giving back during the holiday season is incredibly impactful.  We tend to call this time, “the most wonderful time of the year”, but it’s often easy for us to forget that for a lot of people and families in […]

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Team DAVIS MN at Feed My Starving Children

Team DAVIS MN at Feed My Starving Children

Last week, Team DAVIS MN partnered with Feed My Starving Children to help feed children in Haiti. Haiti struggles with severe poverty but also was recently hit by a hurricane last month. The hurricane demolished the available food supplies, leaving warehouses depleted.  Our MN team had heard about this organization and volunteering opportunity and knew […]

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Proud to Support a Great Cause-Be Bold Be Bald

Proud to Support a Great Cause-Be Bold Be Bald

I’m lucky-no one in my immediate family has had to battle cancer-or any other life threatening illness. But a few years ago I heard the story that started the Be Bold Be Bald movement. The story, like many cancer stories, touched me and unfortunately had a sad ending. But from sadness came this movement of […]

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30 Years 30 Weeks of Appreciation

30 Years, 30 Weeks of Appreciation

In mid-August, in celebration of our 30th anniversary, DAVIS pledged to show appreciation for our customers, our talent in the field, our community and our internal staff. And wow, did 30 weeks fly by. We wanted to do something special every week to recognize all of the different groups of people who have helped us […]

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food drive

The DAVIS Food Drive: It’s all in the delivery!

By Beth Ladrie, Sr. Human Resources Representative The food drive we run here at DAVIS is such a worthy event, but is also quite a bit of work. From collecting everything, to constantly reminding everyone to donate and ultimately transporting, I found myself thinking, “Do I really want to run this again???” The following is […]

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