Please join us as we clean up Pennington Park in Paterson, NJ on October 6th, 2020 as part of National Clean Up Week. Social distancing guidelines will be enforced. Please wear your mask. Rain date: Wednesday, October 7th, 2020.
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.
Century Fire Protection in Duluth, GA is teaming up with other organizations around the country for National Clean Up Day. We are partnering with Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful to outfit our employees who volunteer with supplies to tidy up Satellite Boulevard on Friday, September 25th from 11am-1pm.
With programs and company initiatives like this, we can make a meaningful impact on our people, our community and our environment. Century Fire Protection encourages everyone to participate in their own Clean Up Day. Every little bit helps make our world a more beautiful place!
We are inviting our employees to join us on September 25th for 30 minute shifts to pick up litter in our community. All of the employees who sign up to volunteer by September 8th will receive a shirt and lunch! We are looking forward to spending a few hours having fun with our team while making a difference in our world.
FirstService Corporation is participating in National CleanUp Day by encouraging our team members throughout our family of companies to conduct their own cleanup events any time from September 19 – September 27, following safe distancing protocols. Locations can be anywhere, local parks or neighborhoods, city streets, waterways — anywhere we feel like we can make an impact. This effort is part of our Social Purpose to #FirstServeOthers in support of #OurEnvironment.
The team in the Toronto office will be conducting its CleanUp Day on Thursday, September 24. Team members will each spend an hour collecting trash, with a goal of disposing of 2,000 pieces of trash.
To track our progress, we will be using the Litterati app, which is FREE and available for Apple and Android devices. The Litterati app makes it easy for to track our impact. Want to take the challenge with us? Look for the challenge code FSV2020 and get your family, friends and colleagues to join our effort.
We recommend that you bring sunscreen, gloves, water and wear a company-branded shirt.
For questions about how to use Litterati, check out their FAQ or watch their short video series.
Once again, the companies of FirstService are participating in #2020DaylightHour, a social media campaign designed to engage millions of people worldwide on the importance of energy conservation and wellness in work spaces.
On Monday, June 22, 2020, our remote and corporate offices will turn the non-essential lights off in day-lit areas for one hour from noon – 1 p.m. local time. Since the program’s launch in 2014, 2,300 offices with more than 370 million square feet have participated.
We invite you to join us on June 22! And when you do, feel free to take pictures to post on your favorite social media channels. Be sure to tag them with #FirstServeOthers and #2020DaylightHour!
Earth Day is April 22 of every year. April 22, 2020 will mark 50 years of Earth Day.
The theme for Earth Day 2020 is climate action. The enormous challenge — but also the vast opportunities — of action on climate change have distinguished the issue as the most pressing topic for the 50th anniversary.
Climate change represents the biggest challenge to the future of humanity and the life-support systems that make our world habitable.
The world needs you — and your actions — for Earth Day 2020.
There’s so much you can do to help protect and restore our planet, from joining a cleanup or climate strike, to taking part in the world’s largest citizen science initiative, to hosting an event in your own community!
Join a local event or host your own.
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
Whether it’s hoarding essential supplies or reaching for your credit card when you’re feeling low (or bored), there are many reasons why it’s easy to get caught up in over consumption. But the level of waste is huge!
The average person creates over 1,600 lbs. of trash every year.
But you don’t want to be average, do you?
Cut down your waste by making a pledge to only buy what you really need!
take inventory of what you’ve got and make sure your supplies are well organized. Things you ‘think’ you need you may already have
challenge yourself to create a meal using ingredients you already have in your pantry or freezer. Google is your friend for recipe inspiration
Get your food closer to home by finding local CSAs and grocery stores.
Whether you eat a meat or plant-based diet, this one action can drastically reduce your carbon footprint.
Your food will be fresher, tastier, and way more nutritious. And you’ll be supporting your local economy and community, which enriches you in so many ways beyond food.
Take the pledge to shop local.