ServiceMaster of Charleston is committed to giving back to the community that has given to us. We partner with organizations that share our passion for keeping and protecting homes, property, and people.

 

Every yeafirefighter_appreciation_night_logor, ServiceMaster of Charleston honors our brave Tri-County Firefighters with a Firefighter Appreciation Night at the Charleston RiverDogs baseball stadium. We invite firefighters and their families to enjoy an evening of baseball, fun, and food as a thank you for all of their hard work and dedication.

We also partner with the MUSC Children’s Hospital and the South Carolina Firefighters to support Camp “Can” Do. Children of our community who have suffered from burns have the opportunity to spend a week at camp with other kids who share similar experiences. In 2016, ServiceMaster of Charleston raised $16,000, allowing for 32 kids to go to Camp “Can Do” for free.

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Additionally, ServiceMaster of Charleston proudly sponsors the $5forLife Program. For $5, a smoke detector is purchased and given to a family who may not be able to afford one. Our firefighters not only deliver the smoke detectors, they also install them in the home to make sure that they are in working order. In 2016, we donated $10,000 to $5forLife, providing 3,000 smoke detectors to families in the Charleston community.

 

 

Check Presentation: $16k to Camp “Can” Do and $10k to $5forLife. Lawton Hayes is pictured with Jill Evans from MUSC Childrens Hospital and North Charleston Fire Chief Greg Bulanow

Some of the firefighters who competed in the Tug of War

Generating more awareness about Camp “Can” Do on Lowcountry Live