Community Involvement

At Paul Davis Restoration, we believe a business should embrace the communities in which it operates. Paul Davis feels blessed to be able to serve the citizens of 13 Northern Indiana counties.  Though we touch the lives of many individuals whose homes we restore after a loss, we also feel it is our responsibility to support the communities in which those individuals live and work.

Recognizing the great efforts of many of our local fire departments, Paul Davis sponsors and supports many firefighter trainings and charities including the annual Indiana Volunteer Firefighters Association Convention and the National Fallen Firefighters. Through our local firemen we have supported local families in need as well as families of fallen firefighters.

Utilizing the volunteer work of our employees and the funds of Paul Davis we have sponsored Habit for Humanity homes, Hope House (  providing homeless, chemically dependent women with opportunities to pursue recovery and self –sufficiency in  a healthy supportive livingenvironment, The Fort Wayne Great American Cleanup,  (, Riley’s Children’s Hospital, Cross Connections (, St. Mary's Soup Kitchen (, Hope Alive (, Officer Phil (Safety Instruction for School Age Children), and the local SPCA ( as well as local families in need.

Paul Davis, partnering with our local insurance professionals, also donates items of need to many local charities.  For Over 10 years, Paul Davis has sponsored a local golf outing for the benefit of the American Red Cross. Over the years, our efforts have raised over $47,200 and 810 pints of blood which translates into saving 2430 lives.

Recently Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana ( received money to purchase wigs, nutritional supplements and a hospital bed for patients with cancer.  Mustard Seed Furniture Bank ( provides household furnishings to families as they rebuild their lives after suffering disaster, personal tragedy or other misfortunes.  Through the support of Paul Davis and insurance professionals, Mustard Seed received a van load of new blankets and sheets. Emmanuel Lutheran Church was given a van load of food for their food bank.

We also sponsored our local Special Olympics chapter ( and A Hope Center ( was given baby items for their Earn While you Learn program. Kate’s Kart ( provides books to children to keep during their hospital stay.  Paul Davis donated books for area book carts. The Humane Society of Marion County ( was given cleaning supplies for their kennels and food was donated to Combined Community Services ( helping Kosciusko County citizens in need.  Homeland Mission in Marion assists the Grant County homeless community and Paul Davis along with multiple insurance professionals donated cleaning supplies and clothing to help the Homeland Mission in their efforts.