CALGARY, AB: Infinity Asphalt, a locally owned and operated asphalt maintenance company, is ready to announce the results of its first-ever snow removal charity campaign. The campaign, which coincided with Infinity’s launch of residential snow removal services, took place between December 10th, 2022 and January 1, 2023. It saw all residential snow removal profits generated during that time period donated directly to Make-A-Wish Canada, a charity that grants wishes to critically ill children.
Brent Schuldhaus, founder and owner of Infinity Asphalt, has had a long-time vision of partnering with Make-A-Wish Canada, and this past holiday season, the stars finally aligned. With his business having grown to the point where he felt confident it could dedicate the appropriate capital and labour resources to the charity project, he decided to launch Infinity’s residential snow removal services at the beginning of December, with all proceeds going to charity for three weeks out of the month.
Infinity Asphalt is proud to announce that its first-ever charity campaign raised $4,262.75 for Make-A-Wish Canada. In addition, Infinity made every effort to raise awareness about the charitable organization and hopes that this fundraiser can become an annual event.
“For us at Infinity,” says Schuldhaus, “it means everything that we could make dreams come true for children with terminal illnesses. We look forward to making this happen again and again and again.” He adds that the fundraiser is a great opportunity for family and friends to spend more time together during the holiday season while also supporting an important and worthy cause.
Infinity Asphalt prides its team on being Calgary’s asphalt experts. Summer services include asphalt repair, seal coating, sweeping, and parking lot line painting. Winter services include parking lot sanding, commercial snow removal, and residential snow removal.
Infinity Asphalt Inc.
4504 12 St NE #6
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