Adman Electric is proud to have developed strong partnerships in the community through its generosity to a variety of non-profits and charitable organizations. 

Recently Adman Electric gave $100,000 to the new UTC Athletic Building, built a wheelchair ramp for the grandmother of a Woodmore bus accident student, contributed to an "Inspiration Garden" for the Oncology patients at Erlanger's main campus and contributed to the Erlanger East project for the Lifestyle Trail that extends around the exterior of the East Campus.

Other community involvement includes:

Memorial Pink!

Northside Neighborhood House

Notre Dame High School

Prison Ministries

Ronald McDonald House

Siskin Hospital

String Theory at the Hunter

T. C. Thompson Children's Hospital

The United Way of Greater Chattanooga

Tennessee Aquarium River Rescue

Uganda Children's Project

UTC Athletic Building

Various Area Youth Associations



Alhambra Shriners Circus

Big Brother/Big Sister

Chattanooga Food Bank

Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy

Chattanooga Kids on the Block

Chattanooga Symphony and Opera Guild

Chattanooga Zoo

Children's Advocacy Center

Children's Home/Chambliss Shelter

Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga

Craniofacial Foundation

Junior Achievement

March of Dimes

Apprenticeship JATC Training

In addition to partnerships with community organizations, Adman is dedicated to helping grow the local economy by providing training and jobs that lead to quality workmanship and training for a skilled workforce.

We provide a five-year apprenticeship JATC Training in conjunction with the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA). NECA represents the electrical industry responsible for lighting, power, and communication systems in communities across the United States. NECA is dedicated to advancing the electrical contracting industry through advocacy, education, research, and standards development and works to promote higher standards

Adman Electric has been a dedicated supporter to Memorial Health Care System Foundation for more than 20 years. Their contributions have been instrumental in our work to improve healthcare services for the community. I am proud to call Adman Electric and Todd Moreland our partners!
— Jennifer W. Nicely, CFRE Foundation President and Chief Development Officer, Memorial Health Care System