A strong believer in giving back, Davidson-Bohannon Painting, Inc. values the partnerships we have developed both in business and in the community.

President, Terry Davidson, has been a member of Rotary 100 since 1983 and chairs the Rotary Committee dedicated to assisting Rebuilding Together, a national outreach organization that provides much needed critical repairs and renovations for our nations’ veterans and low-income homeowners across the United States. In addition, he has chaired the Committee committed to facilitating major projects for the United Methodist Outreach Ministries (UMOM) an innovative provider of shelter, housing and services for people experiencing homelessness. Every night UMOM provides safe shelter and supportive services for over 170 homeless families and offers nearly 300 units of affordable housing across the Valley, each with special Program Centers for residents.

Every year, we “Ring the Bell” to participate in the Salvation Army Red Kettle fund raiser efforts during the Christmas season.

Our firm also holds membership in the Executive Association of Greater Phoenix (EAGP) which is dedicated to supporting local businesses throughout Maricopa County. EAGP members provide manpower and contributions toward fundraising efforts for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona. This organization has worked, for more than 60 years to make meaningful, professionally supported matches between adult volunteers and children, ages 6 through 18, in Maricopa County and Pinal County in an effort to develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people. These mentors help children build self-confidence and realize their potential.

We also provide assistance for The Urban Farm Fruit Tree Program provided by Greg Peterson’s team since 2000. Peterson has been planting and growing fruit trees in Phoenix since 1975 and this fruit tree program is the result of those 44 years of experience. “Urban Farm Approved” fruit trees are specifically selected to thrive in the low desert and its Fruit Tree Education Program is designed to lead anyone to a successful growing and harvesting outcome.