PAC Gives Back
Precision AirConvey encourages and supports its employees to volunteer in the community, as a company and as individuals.
Precision AirConvey Corporation has a long history of teaming with our local Vocational High Schools to offer students internship opportunities. Brianna joined PAC in February of 2020 as a Co-Op high school student from Paul M. Hodgson Vocational Technical High School. Brianna is mentored by our Mechanical Drafter/CAD Designer – Carlos Marcano who also serves on the CAD Advisory Board from Delaware Technical and Community College. In her internship here, she is assisting the Design and Engineering Team in parts and drawings. Brianna plans to play volleyball in college but is undecided on her college major as of now. In her free time Brianna rides horses, plays volleyball, and collects rubber ducks. We are happy to have Brianna on board for her internship and her contribution to PAC.
Precision AirConvey Donates to Area Schools
As part of our ongoing commitment to support our community, PAC recently donated two electronic white boards to Delaware local schools – Newark Charter and St. Elizabeth’s.
The faculty at each school were extremely grateful to receive this learning tool for their classrooms and are looking forward to sharing the technology with their students.
PAC is proud to help our community youth and “future” workforce achieve their educational goals.
Precision AirConvey hosted Technical Drafting, Manufacturing, Pre- Engineering and Millwright students from Paul M. Hodgson Vocational Technical High School.
PAC Employees – John Coates, Carlos Marcano, George Morales Jr., Robert Snover and Sarah Maietta, shared our company history, operations, vision and core values with the future generation of potential employees. PAC values the importance of Vo – Tech training and has hired several graduates from the program. We look forward to working with some of these talented students in the future!
Precision Airconvey Celebrates 12 Years Of Thanks-for-giving
This Thanksgiving marked the 12th year that Precision AirConvey – (PAC) has collected and donated a fully cooked turkey dinner and groceries to five needy families in partnership with the Ministry of Caring Inc, – Guardian Angel Child Care. Through the generous donations of PAC employees and company President & CEO – Tom Embley, the company has provided over 6540 lbs. of food – the equivalent of three tons of food in the last twelve years! Each year thoughtful PAC employees donate food items to fill large baskets for several families at the Guardian Angel Childcare Center. PAC provides a fully cooked Thanksgiving Dinner complete with turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green beans, sweet potato casserole, cranberry sauce, rolls and pumpkin pie to each family. In addition, each basket is filled with milk, bread, orange juice, canned goods, non-perishables, and other food items as well as personal care and cleaning supplies. PAC employees then deliver the dinners and baskets to the families on Thanksgiving morning. Thanks-For-Giving is a favorite time of year at PAC and “personally my favorite time as an owner” says President Tom Embley. with employees cheerfully helping to provide for those less fortunate. We look forward to our continued partnership with the Ministry of Caring for many years to come!
PAC employees collected socks for the homeless through the month of October. Socks are the most needed but least donated article of clothing for homeless shelters. Over 100 pairs of socks were collected and donated to Friendship House Clothing Bank.
“Helping one person might not change the world, but it could change the world for one person”
Good Neighbors Home Repair – Hands of Hope
Employees from Precision AirConvey had the privilege to help someone in need in our community by working with “Good Neighbors Home Repair Hands of Hope”. Volunteers from our company replaced a roof in desperate need of repair and helped restore the beautiful landscaping that the homeowner had meticulously maintained before her son was paralyzed in an automobile accident.
The homeowner is in poor health and no longer has the time to maintain her beloved gardens. It was a long, but beautiful day to work outside. Precision AirConvey was honored to be part of a collective corporate effort to be Good Neighbors to needy families throughout our community.
PAC’s Director of Technical Sales – Kevin Bock, recently traveled to South Africa and while there, he was introduced to the Madikwe Mambas – a local charity group in Madikwe, South Africa. The Madikwe Mambas are members of the local community who are employed within the Madikwe Conservancy. The Mambas work to provide special projects to help support their community.
During his visit, the Mambas took his group to the local schools to meet with the children and see first-hand how much they need, the simplest of items. Their group brought in snacks, school supplies, and donated money to support projects they were undertaking in the area, they also sponsored a runner in the Comrades Marathon Race, a race 53 miles in length run in a single day and were able to track his progress online through the race.
One of the Mambas most recent projects included installing outhouses for the schools to provide proper plumbing. The project was funded after a tragic incident occurred in one of the schools – a toddler went to the existing outhouse during school hours and fell down into the well and died, after this, the group raised money and awareness to provide funds to the local schools to get them proper toilets which ultimately was a safety issue.
Kevin wanted to continue to support the Mambas from the USA and asked fellow PAC employees to donate school supplies for Christmas, thanks to their generous donations, he was able to ship three boxes of supplies to support the school.
PAC employees continue their tradition of helping to provide for those less fortunate.
PAC Winter Coat Drive
This year we held our first Winter Coat Drive. PAC collected coats for “Friendship House” which hosts homeless shelters in our community. We set a collection goal of “50” coats and exceeded that goal with the collection of “95” coats from our generous employees.
Each year thoughtful PAC employees donate food items to fill large baskets for several families at the Guardian Angel Childcare Center. Each basket is filled to overflowing with milk, bread, orange juice, canned goods, non-perishables, and other food items as well as personal care and cleaning supplies.
PAC provides a complete cooked Thanksgiving Dinner complete with Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green beans, sweet potato casserole, cranberry sauce, rolls and pumpkin pie to each family. Thanks-For-Giving is a favorite time of year at Precision AirConvey with employees cheerfully helping to provide for those less fortunate.
Precision AirConvey Gives Back by Donating Blood
PAC recently supported several team members in giving back to our local community through donating blood by encouraging them to take a longer lunch and visiting a neighbor who was partnering with the Blood Bank of Delaware and hosting the drive. We are thrilled to share that not only did the drive encourage regular donors but also encouraged some first time donors to join in by giving back to our local community. Way to go team!
PAC Continues Annual Thanks-For-Giving Donations
As holidays draw near, most of us think about family traditions and delicious feasts. For some though, the holidays mean an even bigger struggle to provide for their loved ones and they haven’t the means to provide special meals for their children.
Each year thoughtful PAC employees donate food items to fill large baskets for several families at the Guardian Angel Childcare Center. Each basket is filled to overflowing with milk, bread, orange juice, canned goods, non-perishables, and other food items as well as personal care and cleaning supplies. PAC provides a complete cooked Thanksgiving Dinner complete with Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green beans, sweet potato casserole, cranberry sauce, rolls and pumpkin pie to each family. Thanks-For-Giving is a favorite time of year at Precision AirConvey with employees cheerfully helping to provide for those less fortunate.
The PAC basket delivery team had more volunteers than needed this year! Employees, many accompanied by their children, were happy to meet bright and early on Thanksgiving morning to pick up the meals and food baskets to be distributed to each of the deserving families.
Guardian Angel Childcare is run by the Ministry of Caring out of Wilmington Delaware. Sister Kathleen at Guardian Angel Childcare thoughtfully provides PAC with the names and details for each of the families served.
Precision AirConvey Sponsors Olympic Hopeful
PAC is proud to sponsor Jasper Good, a US Nordic Combined Ski Team member. Jasper was introduced to Nordic Combined Skiing through the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club. He grew up with the ski jumps in view of his house and after trying them out at the tender age of 9, became hooked on the sport.
Jasper worked his way through the SSWSC Nordic Combined programs, eventually being named to the National Development Team in his last years in Steamboat. He then took one gap year to stay in Steamboat and train before earning a spot on National Team. Jasper has lived in Park City since making the team in the summer of 2015.
Jasper has represented the US at three Junior World Championships in Romania, Kazakhstan and the Czech Republic. Now Jasper has set his sights on the world stage. In the coming years he aims to be named to World Championship and Olympic Teams, while solidifying himself as a top competitor on the World Cup Circuit.
Precision AirConvey Donates Laptops
Precision AirConvey recently donated six Hewlett-Packard laptops to West End Neighborhood House, a nonprofit helping the community in Wilmington’s “Little Italy” district to reach educational and career goals. The donation was made to honor Durrell Downing, an employee who came to Precision AirConvey through the West End Neighborhood House job training and placement program.
Supporting the DFRC
Precision AirConvey supports the Delaware Foundation Reaching Citizens with Intellectual disABILITIES (DFRC). DFRC is a well-respected Delaware foundation dedicated to raising funds and consciousness in support of programs that enrich the lives of Delawareans with intellectual disABILITIES. Established in 1956, the private, nonprofit organization is dedicated to identifying and funding programs based on community need.
Providing Thanksgiving Dinners
PAC supports local families in need through the Ministry of Caring, and St. Michael’s School and Nursery by providing complete Thanksgiving Dinners as well as many needed groceries. Employees have the opportunity to deliver the baskets directly to these families on Thanksgiving morning.
The Ministry of Caring is a community-based nonprofit organization that provides a network of social, health and support services for those living in poverty, including the homeless and working poor, in greater Wilmington.
St. Michael’s School and Nursery is committed to the growth and support of children’s development in mind, body, character and spirit. St. Michael’s welcomes all children, and provides an exemplary program of education and childcare in a nurturing atmosphere.
PAC supports Padua Academy, an all-girls Catholic high school in Wilmington, Delaware. Renowned for its emphasis on technology education, with students and staff continually piloting new digital tools and software, our company recognizes the importance of Padua Academy’s commitment to preparing the children of northern Delaware for STEM careers.
In April of 2015, PAC was a proud sponsor of Padua Academy’s 6th Annual Dinner in Honor of Women’s Achievement. Held at the Chase Center on the Waterfront in Wilmington, the event honored former supermodel-turned-CEO Kathy Ireland and inspired Padua students to pursue their own great achievements. Read more about the event here.
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