TAG: Cindy Code

Project EverGreen kicks off GreenCare for Troops recruiting challenge

June 25, 2018By

On the heels of its GreenCare for Troops Awareness Week, Project EverGreen announced a recruiting challenge and commemorative T-shirt offer to attract new volunteers. The limited edition “Service is in Their DNA” T-shirt will be available until July 31, and a portion of every sale will go to support GreenCare for Troops. GreenCare for Troops, which celebrates its 12th year in... read more

Project EverGreen partners with SiteOne to recruit, reward new GreenCare for Troops volunteers

May 31, 2018By

SiteOne Landscape Supply and leading industry suppliers are stepping up to recruit contractors as new volunteers for Project Evergreen’s GreenCare for Troops Initiative. GreenCare for Troops is entering its 12th year providing complimentary lawn and landscape services for the families of currently deployed military personnel and Post-9/11 disabled veterans with a service-connected disability. “These valuable services provide military families and wounded... read more

Project EverGreen announces phase 2 of Detroit’s Pingree Park project

April 5, 2018By

Project EverGreen and its partners will commence phase two of renovations on Detroit’s Pingree Park on June 8-9. “Pingree Park and the people living in the surrounding community are the real winners,” said Cindy Code, executive director of Project EverGreen. “With generous financial and in-kind support, this park will get a much-needed facelift. The improved park space will result in... read more

Nufarm makes $150K donation to GreenCare for Troops

August 24, 2017By

Nufarm is once again putting its support behind Project EverGreen’s GreenCare for Troops, this time by contributing $150,000 to the program. In 2015, Nufarm supported the program—which provides free lawn and landscaping services to help families of active-duty military members serving away from home—by donating $15 to GreenCare for Troops for select product purchases. “Nufarm is keenly aware of the importance of... read more

Project EverGreen celebrates “Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.” awareness week

July 17, 2017By

Project EverGreen is raising awareness for its “Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.” initiative, which sets out to provide safe, well-maintained and accessible parks and recreational green spaces  to children and communities. The Cleveland-based national nonprofit has designated July 16-22 as National “Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids.” Awareness Week. The week will spotlight the groups efforts to renovate green spaces across the U.S.... read more

Project EverGreen expands its mission

October 25, 2016By

Project EverGreen is expanding its mission in response to a new survey it conducted, which showed that consumers understand the physical and psychological benefits of creating green spaces. Key initiatives and local revitalization projects won’t change, the nonprofit said, but it will change the way it communicates with consumers. “Regardless of company and what you sell, who you serve, one of... read more