R&D Paving is proud to be actively involved with the communities it serves, making charitable donations and sponsoring local programs and events from youth sports to community celebrations. Support the local business that supports your neighborhood — browse recent community events and programs that R&D Paving has proudly sponsored.
Tanger FIT FOR A CURE 5K Run/WalkThe annual Tanger 5K Run/Walk brings the Lakes Region community together to raise cancer awareness and money for cancer research. R&D Paving participated in the event for the first time in 2016, showing support and advocacy for this important cause.
NH Humane Society Triathlon FundraiserSince 2011, R&D Paving has participated in the annual Funspot Indoor Triathlon which benefits the NH Humane Society. The event requires a small fee of $160 to enter, and each team gathers pledge money from friends, family, and colleagues to support the charity. Additional prizes include best and worst scorers, best team costumes, and a super raffle. In 2016, 40 4-person teams signed up, and the R&D team raised $1,125 for the NH Humane Society – the 7th most out of the 40 teams. R&D Paving is proud to help out the Lakes Region’s furry friends.
Franklin Community DayR&D Paving participated in the Franklin Community Day parade and set up a fun display at its center of operations, handing out colorful hardhats and arranging paving equipment for children to experience up close.
Youth SportsR&D Paving sponsors local youth sports programs, including sponsorship of the Tilton-Northfield Little League Baseball program, a team in the Franklin Cal Ripken Baseball League, and a team/hole sponsor of this years, Lakes Region Youth Hockey golf tournament.
DARE ProgramR&D Paving sponsors the Franklin DARE Program through the Franklin School District and Franklin Police Department. This important program helps prevent and raise awareness of teen problems with alcohol and drugs.
Arts & TheaterR&D Paving is a show sponsor of the Franklin Opera House and decorated/donated a Christmas tree to the Opera House for the first ever Festival of Trees (Christmas of 2013).