At Greenworks Lawn Care, we do our best to help homeowners in Carmel, Brownsburg, and the surrounding areas have great lawns. We do our best to make customer service and connections a priority. However, showing we care goes beyond even how we interact with our clients.
Since opening our lawn-care company in 1997, we’ve worked hard not only to establish ourselves as a lawn expert but also to be a company that gives back. We believe that social responsibility needs to be ingrained in what we do, which is why we have partnered with Hope Refuge Schools in Uganda.
About Hope Refuge School
Hope Refuge School offers a bit of hope and opportunity for a country and a community in need. Our owner Bill Greenwood has been to Hope Refuge School himself and seen the needs that exist there. The needs are great and include clean water, child sponsorships, building construction, medical care, farming assistance, and more. His heart was stirred to get involved, to do his part to help alleviate some of the poverty and effects of war for the children in Uganda.
As a result, Greenworks Lawn Care has gotten involved on the ground level. We’ve primarily been focusing on amping up the farming operations and assisting with agricultural training. We were even able to send an agricultural tractor to Uganda. But there’s still much work to be done.
We welcome our lawn-care clients to get involved. Here’s how you can do just that:
- Choose Greenworks. When you choose Greenworks over the competition, you know you’re supporting something even bigger. Our company is built on the value of social responsibility, and you can know we don’t take that charge lightly.
- Support a child. If you’re interested in a sponsoring one of the kids at Hope Refuge School, contact us! Our staff would be glad to tell you more about the school and how you can get involved.
Help Greenworks Lawn Care give back! To find out more about our partnership or our lawn services, contact us anytime at (317) 663-0222. We serve residents in and around Carmel, Indianapolis, Brownsburg, Fishers, and Noblesville.
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