Please join the FirstService Residential team on Saturday, September 26 from 9am-12pm in cleaning up the Potomac River located at Riverside Park, Fort Hunt, VA 22308.
Gloves, trash bags, trash pickers, masks, and hand sanitizer will be provided.
Please wear your face mask at all times. Also, remember to social distance at least 6 feet from each other and to use hand sanitizer frequently.
LOCATION: Riverside Park
GPS Coordinates: 38.711382, -77.0727163
More info can be found here.
Back in the spring, West Palm Beach GM Anette Jordan was invited to a fundraiser for a new school in their county of Port Saint Lucie that would be dedicated to children with Autism and related disabilities. Now, the Exceptional Academy for Differently-Abled Learners Inc is a private, non-profit learning center offering a full-time academic educational program for grades 1-6, as well as part-time homeschool enrichment classes for grades K-6.
The school is different than others because of its focus on children’s abilities, instead disabilities. With input from each student’s family, the school’s team of experts tailor a curriculum based on what a child is interested in and the things that he/she is currently successful at. With confidence, grows skills; the teachers work with the children, and their families, to help build their current skills and attain new ones.
This summer, the West Palm Beach team closed one of their older showrooms and opened a brand new one with all new displays. Knowing the school’s needs, Anette rallied her team. They reconfigured several of the displays from their old showroom and installed them at the school – a wonderful and equally “green” effort that also spared the team from discarding all the displays in landfills!
Associates in the local area will participate in cleaning up a local watershed as part of WMCCAI’s Potomac Watershed Clean-Up day. Organized by Washington Metropolitan Chapter Community Association.
No website as of yet.
The event is open up to associates. Registration will be posted once they have the site up.
April 18, 2020 from 9am-12pm location https://goo.gl/maps/jv2spHWLRV7igMCe7Contact Information: Crystal Coats email@example.com 703-679-1521
In a recent New York Times article highlighting the impact of Local Law 33, which gives midsize and large buildings letter grades based on energy efficiency, Kelly Dougherty, director of energy management for FS Energy, the energy management and advisory subsidiary of FirstService Residential, shared her expertise on this important legislation. Kelly and her team have been preparing clients for this development for several years, providing energy audits and benchmarking reports to client properties to help them understand what improvements should be considered to maximize energy efficiency.
Earlier this summer, Kelly provided a thoughtful piece on the importance of benchmarking in our Spotlight newsletter.READ MORE
Planned Companies demonstrated its commitment to Our Environment during a recent series of events in support of #CleanUpWeek. Company volunteers cleaned up parks and beaches to support this important initiative, and experienced a fun team building event at the same time.Read More
This year FirstService Residential Eatontown is volunteering at Laurino Farms to help weed and harvest vegetables. All vegetables that are harvested will be used at the JBJ Soul Kitchen, which uses a ‘pay it forward’ model asking diners to contribute either volunteer hours or a donation for their meals. If you would like to volunteer at the farm, please contact Lonnie Martinez. We can accept 20 volunteers – first come first serve.
Remember to: • Wear light clothing in a light color as it gets hot on the farm • Wear old clothes, it can be very dirty • Bring sunscreen, water, hat, gardening gloves
During your service event, we encourage teams to band together by wearing FirstService Residential t-shirts that promote our culture of Service!!!
Place your order between NOW and JULY 15; all t-shirts will arrive prior to August 24. Order here: www.bit.ly/serviceday-tshirt
FirstService Residential in the Metro DC area will be participating in the Potomac Watershed Clean Up Day, once again, this year. Last year, more than 30 volunteers worked together to collect 40+ bags of trash. The event, coordinated through the Ferguson Foundation and promoted by WMCCAI, will be held on April 13, from 9 am to 1 pm.
This year, we are expanding our reach and hosting MULTIPLE clean up locations in Northern Virginia! In an effort to best organize this event, we need to know how many volunteers to expect for each location.
3100 S Glebe Rd., Arlington, VA 22032
Site Leader: Jasmine Rose
9571 Ox Road, Lorton, VA 22079
Site Leader: Celeste Jones
10201 Grosvenor Pl
North Bethesda, MD 20852
Site leader: Jeff Stepp
If you wish to be part of this exciting day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org!