Community Outreach

Partnering with local nonprofits and industry organizations to make a real difference is what we call ROI. Each year in addition to financial and material donations, we give over 2,000 hours to our nonprofit partners.


Nourish Now

We don't just support our community. We help build it.

With a core focus on safe and affordable housing, health and wellness, education, and sustainability, we are greatly rewarded to see how our efforts benefit our community and more importantly, how they continue to effect real change in the lives of thousands of people. Whether we are renovating low-income housing, creating new space in an after-school facility serving at-risk kids, revitalizing a performance theater for DC Public Schools, or providing career coaching and interview seminars to underprivileged adults — we are proud to invest at every level.


Boys & Girls Club volunteer event

Partnerships that Last

Our employees have a genuine passion for giving back to our community and have established long-term and meaningful relationships with many nonprofit organizations and community partners. Here, you can see some of our employees volunteering at the new headquarters for the Boys & Girls Club.

DCBIA Work day

Leadership in Service

At the core of our Community Outreach efforts, we want to serve our local community. It’s where our employees live and work, and we can’t think of a better way than giving back to those who are here right alongside us.

Calvary and AHA receiving donation at DAVIS Charity Golf Tournament

We Rise by Lifting Others

We are honored to receive numerous community-focused awards and recognitions from organizations such as Leadership Montgomery, Calvary Women's Services, Nonprofit Village, and The ALS Association - DC/MD/VA.

Stephanie Stull at DAVIS Charity Golf Tournament

Stephanie's Story

Stephanie's Story

A feature on our former Benefits Manager, Stephanie Stull, who tells her story of living with Parkinson’s Disease and how the team at DAVIS not only supported her, but also her cause - The National Parkinson Foundation.