Whether developing products aimed to improve health and enhance quality of life or helping communities through local and global philanthropy efforts, Avadim’s mission is to serve. And that is what Avadim means – “servant”— and it’s a responsibility that the company doesn’t take lightly. Avadim Technologies has created revolutionary topical therapies that work effectively while preserving the health of the skin. These therapies are already making a difference in a wide range of areas—from hospital-acquired conditions to muscle cramps and more—and they have the potential to address a multitude of conditions in the future.
|The Avadim golf team was well represented by its President, David Fann (on the right) and Advisory Board member and investor Jim Rosati, who made traveled from Rhode Island to support our efforts.|
Asheville, N.C.-based Eblen Charities and the Eblen Center for Social Enterprise has grown from a garage sale to an internationally recognized organization. The charity was formed in 1991 when philanthropist and former Biltmore Oil Company president Joe Eblen, recognizing an unaddressed need to aid struggling local families, organized a garage sale and raised $400. During its first full year of service in 1992, the organization reached 300 families. Eblen has more than 70 programs providing medical, utility, rent, clothing, food and emergency assistance. In all, Eblen provides millions of dollars in aid each year.