Giving Back to the Communities We Serve
For over a decade, Power Pro Plumbing Heating & Air has been a proud member of the Southern California community, serving many families and businesses throughout Los Angeles and Long Beach. We value our presence in these communities, and we are very grateful that they have trusted Power Pro Plumbing Heating & Air as their plumbing and HVAC experts. That is why we are dedicated to helping and making a positive difference any way we can. With our Community Outreach Team in full force, we are able to give back and say “thank you” to the communities that have welcomed and supported us from the beginning.
Power Pro Plumbing Heating & Air is here to help— because we care. Below are some of the events that our team has been fortunate enough to participate in.
We proudly offer a full range of residential and commercial plumbing services in Los Angeles, Long Beach, Ontario, and throughout the South Bay. We’re even available 7 days of the week for fast, reliable repairs! With more than 30 years of experience and over 15 years serving the area, we are prepared to handle any plumbing need.
Power Pro partners with 95.9 FM The Fish radio station with the mutual aim to help nominated individuals with their immediate needs. Various groups give generously to the recipient whether in kind, money, or service.
Power Pro continues its partnership with 95.9 FM The Fish. On April 24, 2021, we returned to Victory Outreach Church to participate in their monthly community food distribution.
Oldest Water Heater & Furnace Contest
March of Dimes
The March of Dimes, held on April 27, 2014, was a 3.5-mile walk that helped raise money to support programs that help moms have healthy, full-term pregnancies and to fund research for answers that may eliminate the problems that threaten the health of babies. As a way to show our support of this worthy cause, we donated 7,000 water bottles and handed them out to the participants of the event.
Power Pro Plumbing Heating & Air Toy Drive
During the Christmas season, we go to different schools and create a “Winter Wonderland” by handing out toys to the children. Being able to see the smiles light up on every child’s face reminds us why we started our Community Outreach Program in the first place.
Some of the schools we have visited in the past include:
- McNair Elementary – Compton, CA
- 135th Street Elementary School – Gardena, CA
- Rosecrans Cove Elementary School – Compton, CA
- Raymond Temple Elementary School – Buena Park, CA
Gardena Police Department
We are very fortunate that the Gardena Police Department has allowed us to team up with them and help with important events promoting safety, health and anti-bullying programs. We also donated pancake mix for the Gardena Police Department’s annual pancake breakfast, which helps raise money for the Gardena Police K-9 Unit.
Gardena Valley Chamber of Commerce – 4th Annual Operation Backpack
Operation Backpack was held in August at the DCH Gardena Honda dealership. It is a school-supply drive for the students of Gardena High and Junior High. Power Pro Plumbing Heating & Air donated 1,000 binders and received a certificate of recognition from the state Senate.
High School Graduations
Last June, we went to six different high school graduations and handed out water bottles to the friends and family in attendance. We donated 4,000 water bottles to each school, totaling 24,000 water bottles donated.
The schools we attended were:
- Frontier High School – Whittier
- Katella High School – Anaheim
- Whittier High School – Whittier
- California High School – Whittier
- North High School – Torrance
- South High School – Torrance
This upcoming year we plan to attend:
- Anaheim High School
- Katella High School
- Loara High School
- Savanna High School
- Magnolia High School
- Gilbert High School
- Western High School
- Polaris High School
- North Torrance High School
- Cerritos High School
- Gahr High School
For Thanksgiving, we went to the Saint Margaret Center in Inglewood and donated 100 turkeys to low-income families. With our help, the center was able to double the amount of Thanksgiving meals provided.