Project EverGreen and SiteOne join forces to help industry professionals and military families
Military families make significant sacrifices during a loved ones’ deployment. To honor that sacrifice Project EverGreen’s GreenCare for Troops initiative, SiteOne Landscape Supply and leading industry product suppliers are teaming up to help military families by recruiting new volunteers to help those families with basic lawn care and landscaping tasks.
New volunteers who register with the GreenCare for Troops program and agree to help at least one military family with complimentary lawn and landscape services will be rewarded with coupons from a variety of suppliers on products they use daily.
To qualify for the coupons, new volunteers must complete the online registration process. Once that is done they will receive an email with special coupons redeemable at SiteOne locations nationwide for select turf maintenance and control product purchases.
Participating companies in the nationwide launch include FMC, Lebanon Turf, Nufarm, PBI-Gordon and SiteOne Landscape Supply. Additional suppliers will be added as the program expands.
“These valuable services provide military families with peace of mind and freedom to heal,” said Cindy Code, executive director of Project EverGreen. “A managed yard and landscape provides vital outdoor space for military personnel and their families to begin their recovery and re-connect with their families.”
GreenCare for Troops enters its 13th year providing complimentary lawn and landscape services for the families of currently deployed military personnel.
“We’re proud to expand our partnership nationwide with Project EverGreen to provide a much-needed service for military families and veterans,” said Doug Black, SiteOne’s chairman and CEO. “Giving back to our communities is a key component of our company vision and the GreenCare for Troops program allows us to better serve both the program beneficiaries as well as our customers who volunteer. We encourage anyone interested in supporting veterans in their communities to sign up.”