Participating in the Charlottesville Community
In June 2020, SERVPRO of Charlottesville took part in the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce program, “Project Rebound”.
Why is this important?
The 2020 Coronavirus Pandemic unleashed havoc on our local community, not to mention the entire world. Per usual, the Charlottesville community pulled together to come up with solutions for our own economic recovery. Project Rebound was led by the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce “in collaboration with economic partners at the University of Virginia, Albemarle County, and the City of Charlottesville and supported by volunteers and funding from the City, County and GO Virginia.”
We, along with other local businesses, donated our time and talents to create reopening demonstration videos of real-world solutions for practicing COVID-19 safety measures and offer them to the community.
This volunteerism reflects our core values in leadership, teamwork, integrity, growth, and a whole lot of hustle.
Some of our favorite community involvement actives over the past few years have been:
- “Trunk or Treating” with Melicca Dunn State Farm, October 2020
- “Drive at Five” Game on Z95.1 Radio, July 2020
- Salvation Army and their Angel Tree donations, 2019
- Boys and Girls Club/Cops 4 Kids day Montessori Truck Touch Event, May 2019
- Hurricane Florence Relief Supply Collection, September 2018
- AHIP Build Day (Albemarle Housing Improvement Program, a home repair nonprofit)
For our Project Rebound video, click here.
For all of the Project Rebound videos, click here.