SOLitude Lake Management launches Hometown Heroes program

By |  May 27, 2020 0 Comments

To recognize the exceptional efforts of health care workers in this time of need, SOLitude Lake Management has helped launch the Hometown Heroes program.

Through this new program, SOLitude’s team of freshwater management professionals delivered care packages to deserving healthcare, childcare, senior living and military organizations in their local communities across Florida, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Delaware, Colorado and Arizona. Each package contained handwritten notes, entertainment and restaurant gift cards, snacks, branded gear and additional goodies. Team members also delivered catered meals to clients and valued partner organizations. In collaboration with SOLitude’s parent company, Rentokil, colleagues were able to impact more than 6,000 individuals throughout the nation.

“The success of these initiatives would not have been possible without the generous support and execution by our dedicated colleagues,” Director of Marketing & Communications Tracy Fleming said. “We are honored to bring much-needed positivity to the heroes protecting the health and safety of our local communities.”

In addition to Hometown Heroes deliveries, SOLitude’s colleagues have devised other ways to spread joy during this unprecedented time of social distancing: SOLitude’s Fort Myers, Fla., team recently used company vehicles to stage an “appreciation parade” for a colleague’s family member who works in the ER. Aquatic Biologist Katelyn Behounek has used her extra time working at home to hand-paint greeting cards for nursing home residents and homebound individuals in her community of Northglenn, Colo. Aquatic Biologist Ean Sims and his family coordinated a social distancing food drive in their neighborhood and donated their collections to the Gladiolus Food Pantry in Fort Myers.

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