Davidson Cares Clay Day: Enriching Lives in Northeast Florida

November 2, 2022


Davidson Cares is proud to support Northeast Florida organizations that are committed to enriching the lives of families and children. Thanks to generous sponsors, volunteers, and participants, Davidson Cares Clay Day 2022 raised more than $101,000 for five organizations to continue their incredible work for our First Coast community 


“Davidson Cares Clay Day 2022 was truly remarkable and the most successful in our seven years of hosting this event. Our team spots sold out very quickly. We had forty-eight sporting clay teams and seven beginner skeet shooting teams. Overall, we had 185 participants and fifteen volunteers who helped make the day so special and together with our sponsors ensured we were able to make an impact in our community through Investing in Kids!, Builders Cares, St. Augustine Youth Services, Hope is Restored, and Port in the Storm,” shares Davidson Realty President, Sherry Davidson. 


Congratulations to this year’s winners which included: Hoodz Team (1st Place – North Course), Vallencourt Construction (2nd Place – North Course), Bird Dog (3rd Place – North Course), The Hutson Companies (1st Place – South Course), Steve Merrill Team (2nd Place – South Course), and Thomas May Construction (3rd Place – South Course). Marshal Banks and Julie Sowell, both from the Hoodz Team, were the High Overall Male and Female shooters on the North Course, respectively. On the South Course, Joe Lentz from the Hutson Companies team was the High Overall Male shooter, and Brooke Hutson also from the second Hutson Companies team was the High Overall Female shooter. Additionally, Dianne Roberts with Magnum Painting Services, Inc. won the Cooler and Cocktail raffle and Doug Wenzel won the shotgun raffle. 


Davidson Cares Clay Day has raised more than $378,000 over the last seven years for organizations dedicated to supporting and uplifting Northeast Florida residents. This year Davidson Cares donated $40,000 to Builders Cares, $20,000 to Port in the Storm, $20,000 to Hope is Restored, $10,000 to St. Augustine Youth Services, and three scholarships, totaling $11,250, to Investing in Kids! Take Stock in Children program. The three scholarships were given in the name of Vallencourt Construction, Providence Homes, and Riverside Homes. 


These organizations are truly changing lives in our community. Davidson Cares Clay Day is proud to have raised more than $101,000 for these worthy causes, and Davidson Cares is grateful for the continued support from their network of partners and friends who have helped make an impact when our community needs it the most! If you are interested in donating to these organizations, please visit www.davidsoncares.com.


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