Happy volunteer looking at donation box on a sunny day

Hundreds of employees from ServiceMaster Global Holdings, Inc., Memphis, Tennessee, a provider of termite and pest control, cleaning and restoration services in both the residential and commercial markets, volunteered with community organizations across the United States as part of its sixth annual We Care Day on Thursday. 

ServiceMaster employees assisted with more than 30 simultaneous volunteer projects in five different cities.

“ServiceMaster employees are passionate and care deeply about delivering outstanding experiences—to our customers, each other and the communities in which we live and work in,” says Nik Varty, chief executive officer of ServiceMaster. “I continue to be inspired and am incredibly proud of the giving culture we have so deeply rooted at the heart of our company.”

In addition to volunteer sites in Memphis, employees also volunteered in Tampa, Florida, Dallas, Phoenix and Milwaukee. From helping to paint a large-scale mural to bringing awareness about National Mental Health Day and partnering with Make-A-Wish to grant a child’s wish, employees across the country spent the day connecting with their communities.

“At ServiceMaster, we believe that to be truly committed to a community, we need boots on the ground to help strengthen our local communities and infuse hope where it's needed the most. That’s why every year we encourage employee volunteers to go out into their communities and serve, not only in Memphis, but in the communities where we live and work across the country,” says Velvet Graham, senior director of events, community relations and culture & inclusion at ServiceMaster.