Shields Asphalt Paving is grateful for the community’s support and business.
That’s why we are dedicated to taking an active role in serving those around us through philanthropic and charitable contributions. In addition to our company-wide activities, we are proud of our individual Team members’ heartfelt efforts.
Hosanna Industries was founded in 1990 as a faith-rooted, non-profit mission whose work involves a variety of charitable initiatives aimed at helping impoverished neighbors. By the grace of God and through the mechanical and aesthetic arts, mission workers at Hosanna Industries build and repair homes for needy households; mobilize relief workers to areas of disaster; teach and lead workshops in art and spirituality; train young people in construction skills; and lead volunteers of all ages. The organization’s typical single client household last year had an income of less than $20,000 a year. Hosanna relies on donations to help hundreds of needy neighbors per year. For more information, visit hosannaindustries.org.
Shields Asphalt Paving is a proud participant in the Veterans Airlift Command. The VAC provides free air transportation to post 9/11 combat wounded and their families for medical and other compassionate purposes through a national network of volunteer aircraft owners and pilots. Click here for more information: https://www.veteransairlift.org/
Shields Asphalt Paving is a Diamond Level Sponsor for the annual Richland Township Community Day. The event is held annually in the community park at 1157 Sterling Drive in Bakerstown. Click here for more information: https://richland.pa.us/park-info/
Shields Asphalt Paving was proud to be a Bronze Level Sponsor for the 31st Annual Holy Family Golf Classic. Click here to learn more about the Holy Family Institute and what they do for children and families in our area: http://www.hfi-pgh.org/golf/
The Team at Shields Asphalt Paving is proud to have rallied a donation worth $1,350 for the “Colbee Regis Lovich Memorial.”
Our donation was one of the offerings at the non-profit organization’s fundraiser on Aug. 12, which raised a total of $46,194.