BrightView team members St. Mary's food bank

BrightView’s Holiday Giving

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The Rocky Mountain team collected donations as part of the Denver BOMA Annual Toy and Gift Drive.

With the holiday season here, BrightView, the industry leader in commercial landscaping and snow removal services, is not only transforming outdoor spaces, but also touching the lives of those in our communities. In a heartwarming display of social responsibility, BrightView is ushering in festive cheer by participating in toy drives, making donations to local organizations, engaging in community service initiatives, and more.

Some of the events include:

  • Blue Bell Headquarters collected winter clothing, including coats, hats, gloves, socks, shoes, and more for the local children in partnership with Cradles to Crayons.
  • The Montgomery Branch sponsored a family and donated and wrapped gifts for them.
  • In Denver, a BOMA Community Affairs Committee Workday was held at The Urban Farm. Forty volunteers, including some BrightView team members, came out to paint the main building and vegetable storage shed, weed the landscaping, and revamped the outdoor tent area with wood and mulch.
  • Seasonal Division leadership joined the Boys & Girls Club of Philadelphia to assemble bicycles for children as part of the Jaws Bike Drive.
  • The Hunt Valley, Baltimore, Anne Arundel, Howard, and Delaware branches prepared meals, organized donations, and decorated the Franciscan Center of Baltimore.
  • The Richmond, Chesterville, and Southern Virginia Tree branches joined forces for a volunteer community event at St. Joseph’s Villa to refresh the landscape to restore joy and safety for children with special needs and their families.
  • Managers in the South Florida Region received and fulfilled wish lists from roughly 100 children at the Chapman Partnership homeless shelter.
  • The Human Resources team helped with the Mid-Ohio Food Collective to prep meal boxes for families and the Columbus West Branch also helped at another location to prep boxes and hand them out to the community.
  • The Southwest team visited St. Mary’s Food Bank and sort and distribute donations of food, baby items, and household supplies for the community.
  • The Eastern Shore Branch partnered with Haven Ministries food pantry
  • The Rocky Mountain team collected donations as part of the Denver BOMA Annual Toy and Gift Drive.
  • The Washington DC and Maryland Tree branches joined together to revitalize lawns for individuals suffering with traumatic brain injuries.

BrightView’s holiday initiatives are more than just charitable acts, but are a testament to the company’s commitment to spreading the message of unity and hope. Its team members are using their platform to inspire others to join in the spirit of giving, emphasizing that small acts of kindness can collectively have a significant impact.


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