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The past year was challenging for our industry, our nation, and the entire world. We navigated unchartered waters as the pandemic unfolded, and although there were many uncertainties, our industry remained steady and resilient. During this time, you stepped up for your communities when they needed it the most. YOU made a significant impact. YOU are essential. Thank you for your dedication to your communities and our amazing industry.
To share your story to be included below, please email Rachel Dittman with a brief overview of your philanthropic efforts and any accompanying photos or videos.
Abell Pest Control Route Managers delivered donation cheques to Food Banks across Canada.
Bug Busters employees participated in the Georgia PestVets coat drive benefitting the Cherokee County Homeless Veterans program. During the drive, Bug Busters contributed over 80 coats to the over 1,000 total that were donated from across the state.
McCall Service donated $8,925 to United Way Northeast Florida in their efforts to fund relief in the COVID-19 crisis. As a family owned and operated company with over 90 years of service, McCall Service is deeply connected to their community and customers. Funds for the donation were raised as part of a promotion offered in April that provided a discount to customers for new annual services and a $25 donation to United Way.
McCauley technicians helped a local church pack Thanksgiving meals for the community and participated in the annual SKIPPY Peanut Butter Drive to benefit their community through the Arkansas Foodbank.
Modern Exterminating held employee spirit days throughout the pandemic to try to have some fun. They participated in community service events including delivering food for MIRCI on Thanksgiving, donating to MIRCI and walking a 5K for The Therapy Place.
Pest Management Systems, Inc. teamed up with their long-time partner Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro on One Community | One House to help a local family get their house back. They also sponsored and particiapted in the Westerwood 5k to support the Greensboro Urban Ministry and BackPack Beginnings, and donated to Toys for Tots.
Hometown Heroes is an initiative that our Colleagues in the U.S. and Canada participated in to give back to frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 108 teams and districts participated in the Hometown Heroes program, choosing organizations in their own communities to say thank you. The teams developed care packages, some of which included lunch for staff, and homemade cards from Colleagues' children. The teams impacted more than 8,100 people on the frontlines all across North America.
Rollins, Inc. employees participated in a variety of community activities including a Frontline cookout, prepared hygiene kits, food bank donations, and more.
Mark VanderWerp, BCE, was invited to give an entomology talk to a local Girl Scout Brownie Troop so they could work towards their bug badges. They even enjoyed some Rice Krispy treats with mealworms!
Since we couldn't have a large gathering of people for our company cookout our management team tracked down our people in the field to give them a gift card for lunch and some cold drinks. Here are some of the pictures we captured. We appreciate all of our team members here at Scherzinger!
This Terminix Strong video highlights employees and how they were serving their communities, ensuring safety and continuing to push through COVID last summer.