TAG: SnowCare for Troops

Web Extra: How to get involved with GreenCare for Troops

November 9, 2017By

Salute to service: How GreenCare for Troops is giving back to military families in need

November 8, 2017By

Who will mow the lawn? Who’s going to shovel the driveway and the sidewalk in the winter? Last year, Carla Nichols asked these questions, among many others, as her husband, Jon, a technical sergeant in the Air Force, prepared for his deployment to Germany. Carla Nichols was particularly concerned because, with a full-job time as a physical therapist assistant, a... read more

Project EverGreen celebrates National SnowCare for Troops Awareness Week

November 3, 2017By

From Nov. 5-11, Project EverGreen will recognize National SnowCare for Troops Awareness Week to raise the profile of the SnowCare for Troops (SCFT) program and spotlight the efforts of the initiative’s volunteers, military families and wounded and disabled veterans it serves. Project EverGreen, in partnership with Boss Snowplow, established the SCFT initiative in 2010 to provide complimentary snow and ice removal services to help... read more

Project EverGreen seeks GreenCare, SnowCare for Troops volunteers

March 29, 2017By

Project EverGreen is looking for volunteers for two of its key nationwide programs that serve military families and disabled veterans. “Volunteers are the heart and soul of our programs,” said Cindy Code, executive director of Project EverGreen. “By providing these valuable services, military families gain peace of mind as well as a serene yard to get outside and unwind.” The events,... read more

Project EverGreen seeks volunteers for SnowCare for Troops

November 11, 2016By

Clearing driveways and sidewalks of snow and ice can be a real challenge for families of deployed military personnel and disabled veterans. Project EverGreen is doing its part to make this winter a little bit easier for those men and women with its SnowCare for Troops initiative. The organization is raising awareness from Nov. 13-20, which it has declared National SnowCare for... read more

Volunteers needed for SnowCare and GreenCare for Troops programs

January 27, 2016By

The SnowCare and GreenCare for Troops programs are in need of volunteer contractors to meet the increased demand for snow and ice removal and basic lawn care and landscape services from families of deployed military personnel, and veterans with a service-related disability. There is a critical need for snow removal services in the Groton, Conn. area, the Fort Riley, Kan.... read more