Let's say you're at a barbeque, and your friends start telling you about a nasty pool of roaches they found on a juice spill in the back corner of their pantry. As they go into too much detail about their ordeal, complete with hand gestures and exasperated expressions, you have an opportunity brewing. If you tell them about how All-American Pest Control has kept your home bug free, and they sign up for service, you could put $20 in your pocket, $20 in their pocket, and $10 toward helping one of three great charities. Sweet, huh? Your friends will have top quality pest management, to get rid of those disease spreading roaches, plus $20 off their first service. You get a $20 gift card, as a thank you from All-American Pest Control. And, Tennessee Fisher House Foundation, Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County, or The Open Table of Nashville will get a $10 donation, all because you helped someone with their pest problem. Here is a little more about these great charities.
Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization and an ecumenical Christian ministry that gives a hand up, not a hand out, to low-income families in need. They have built more than 130 homes in Williamson County, and continue to build 10-12 new homes each year. When you give to this organization you can know that more than 70% of the work is done through volunteer labor, and that this is a partnership with a family in need. You'll also know that a volunteer Family Selection Committee qualifies each applicant for this Homeownership Program.
The Tennessee Fisher House Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing a Fisher House to the campus of Alvin C. York VA Medical Center. Fisher House will offer shelter and support during a medical crisis for members of our Armed Forces, retirees, veterans and their families.
The Open Table of Nashville is a non-profit organization committed to disrupting the cycle of poverty in Nashville. This organization offers transitional housing opportunities for un-housed individuals and families. Community homes foster hospitality, while providing advocacy, supportive services, and mentoring relationships.
When you take part in the Give & Give Back program at All-American you make a difference. In 2014, All-American generated $600 for these three programs. In 2015, their hope is to more than double that number. So, the next time you're hanging out with friends or family, and the topic of pest issues comes up, be sure to tell them about All-American Pest Control's Give & Give Back program. They'll be glad you did.