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NPMA Gives Past Recipients

 

Presented by NPMA's Leadership Networking Community, the NPMA Gives Award recognizes NPMA member companies that have demonstrated leadership through their dedication and contribution to the good of the community. As part of its mission, the Leadership Networking Community is committed to honoring those companies that have made a real contribution to their community.

Such contributions are demonstrated through carrying out and/or participating in community service projects. These projects may be industry related (complimentary pest control for at risk environments, etc.), or non-industry related (walk/run, raising funds for the community, blood drives). The entry must demonstrate the company's consistency over a minimum of a three-year period.

Each of our winning companies will be featured in PestWorld Magazine and recognized at Academy.

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Submission deadline: May 1

 

2020 Recipient - Rentokil North America

Rentokil's mission is to protect people and enhance lives, and over the years this company has donated countless hours, resources, and funds to support their local communities, businesses, and the environment. Their colleagues are driven by the organization’s mission, and they are committed to community involvement aligning with their core values of service, teamwork, and relationships. At all levels of the company, employees are encouraged to volunteer their time and expertise to support their communities and lend a helping hand.

Most recently, they took to their communities to give back to the frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Deemed Hometown Heroes, the frontline workers included healthcare professionals, senior care facility workers, and first responders. 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, care packages, and homemade cards from colleagues' children. The teams impacted more than 8,100 people on the frontlines all across the country.

 

2019 Recipient - NorthWest Exterminating

NorthWest Exterminating has donated a significant amount of time, money and services to support their local schools and organizations. Over the last year, they have hosted a cookout for local first responders, fed over 8,000 people, filled 250 backpacks, delivered 107 care baskets, sponsored 1,000 children on field trips, donated over 500 homeless care packages, and spent time with the local children’s hospital to decorate rooms and holiday cards. Additionally, they implemented an outstanding family literacy program that not only teaches reading skills, but also reinforces the family bond that is so important for future success. There is no doubt that through these deeds, this company has fulfilled their mission of creating healthier living and working environments for the communities they serve.

 

2018 Recipient - EnviroPest 

EnviroPest stood out this year for their service. They donated over $20,000 annually to local organizations, they provided bed bug heat treatments to families who couldn’t afford them, as well as instated an Annual Serve Day within their organization where they close the office for the day and take staff off-site to serve a local non-profit. These donations and community service days epitomize the heart of NPMA Gives. Congratulations EnviroPest!

 

2017 Recipient - Jenkins Brothers

Bobby,  Raleigh,  and  Dennis  Jenkins  own  and  operate  their  respective  branches  of  ABC  Home  &  Commercial  Services.  Bobby  operates  his  business  out  of  Austin;  Raleigh  out  of  Houston;  and  Dennis  out  of  Dallas.  Collectively,  they  employ  over  1,000  employees  and  serve  tens  of  thousands  of  residents  and  business  owners  throughout  Texas  with  a  variety  of  services  from  pest  control  to  heating  and  air  conditioning  services.  All  three  brothers  are  committed  to  the  awareness  and  funding  of  A  Child’s  Hope  and  Moss  Pieratt  Foundation,  so  much  so  that  they  were  willing  to  ride  their  bikes  across  the  country  in  support  of  these  causes.