Community  Service

 

Camp Viola

Principle Restoration is blessed to be a part of this mission through various pro bono opportunities. Principle Restoration has aided Camp Viola by providing maintenance and construction work.  Sykes Smith is a former President of the Board and has been a board member for 19 years.

Camp Viola is a space for the promotion of the wellbeing for children in Troup County.  This is their Mission: “to construct, maintain, and operate camps, playgrounds and recreational facilities for the promotion of the spiritual, mental and physical welfare of the children and other persons residing in Troup County and the adjoining territory.”  Camp Viola has camps for youth throughout the summer—the basis of the fun activities provided is Spiritual enrichment.  Camp Viola is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and is in association with Twin Cedars Youth & Family Services, Inc., the United Way, and the American Camp Association.

Habitat for Humanity

Four executives of Principle have been involved in Habitat for over two decades.  Leon Moody and Sykes Smith were coordinators of the Jimmy Carter Work Project in 2003.  Paul Posey has been involved in multiple chapters of Habitat for years.  Sykes Smith is a former president of the Troup County Chapter.  Jay Johnson worked on his first Habitat house while at Auburn University.

Leadership in the Faith Community

Principle Restoration executives serve in leadership capacities at their respective churches. Leon Moody is a deacon at First Baptist Church on the Square, LaGrange, GA. Sykes Smith is the finance deacon for Broad Street Church of Christ, LaGrange, GA. Paul Posey serves at his church, Evangel Temple Assembly of God in Columbus, GA, as a leader and choir member. Jay Johnson is an active member of Lloyd Presbyterian Church in LaGrange, GA.

Support for Breast Cancer Research

Principle supports various organizations related to breast cancer research with a focus on metastatic breast cancer.

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