Contributing Positively to Community and Environment
Health care and community mental health care systems supported by Hearts Pest Management
Anita, a long time customer of ours, is walking in the March for Breast Cancer Cures.We support her in this walk and welcome you to pledge as well.
Contributing positively to our communities and the environment is very important to Hearts Pest Management. We concluded that if we were to be a company that helps the community, we should start right away. We should not let our business needs be an excuse for a lack of involvement. Companies shouldn’t be waiting until they grow to the size of a Walmart or Microsoft, before giving back. It really needs to be an integral part of how we do business.
We fulfill this commitment by our involvement in building stronger communities, conserving natural resources, supporting non-partisan causes of customers and employees, and by growing our business with new “green” service options for home and garden.
Some of the projects listed below are in full swing, whereas others are upcoming or developing projects. We look forward to sharing our progress in these endeavors.
Blood Donation Benefit
The need for blood never stops. Blood donations save lives. Hearts Pest Management supports local blood banks
by encouraging blood donations of employees. Our employees receive time off for blood donations, an extra vacation day every four donations, plus $25-50 cash!.We are also in communication with the San Diego and Riverside blood banks to arrange a Saturday or Sunday blood drive. If you would like to participate, please let us know, as we must insure at least 30 participants.
Membership and Donations of Hearts Pest Management
Check out the following organizations we are either a member or give to annually:
Helpful Websites for Assistance
Meals on Wheels
Women’s Shelters / Recovery Houses
Hearts Pest Management fully supports California “Ma’s Bill” AB2716, which guarantees the right of full time workers to sick pay. See our webpage devoted to this topic: Pest Control – Is Your Technician Healthy today?Free pest control services for houses of worship in low-income areas (We do not make any distinctions between faiths or denominations)
Employee Volunteers in the Community
Donna Walker is a Volunteer Trail Guide for both Mission Trails and the Elfin Forest where she leads nature walks. She has certificates in both American Indian Studies and Conservation/Wildlife.
At Hearts Pest Management, Donna spends part of her day photographing and writing about insects for the blog and also pages for the website. Her love of nature comes across through her blogs and web pages about the various insects, many of them beneficial to the environment.
People often ask her what a naturalist is doing working for pest control but Donna shares Heart’s philosophy that insects and rodents do not become pests until they start making your home their home.
Karen Shaw, Phd Biology and Gerry Weitz, owners of Hearts Pest Management, enjoying environmental preserve in Kauai.
City of Industry
City Of Los Angeles
Marina Del Rey
Palos Verdes Estates
Rancho Palos Verdes
Santa Fe Springs
West Los Angeles
Rolling Hills Estates
City Of Orange
Corona Del Mar
Rancho Santa Margarita
San Juan Capistrano
La Jolla Solana Beach
Rancho Santa Fe
The City of Riverside