SnowCare for Troops Offers Snow Removal During Deployment
From minor inconveniences to major concerns, deployment can create many unique challenges for the family of service members. Project Evergreen has found ways to help our troops by providing complimentary lawn service to families of deployed service men and women.
During the winter months when lawn care isn’t as necessary, a new need arises: snow removal during deployment. Which is why SnowCare for Troops, a division of Project Evergreen, was established. Since its inception in 2013, SnowCare for Troops has partnered with over 1,500 snow removal volunteers and served over 5,000 military families.
Who is Eligible for SnowCare for Troops?
Any family with a deployed service member of rank E-6 and below, who live on a lot up to one acre in size, may apply for snow removal assistance.
Is there a Cost?
Nope. Volunteers absorb all costs of providing snow removal to military families.
Where Does Project SnowCare for Troops Operate?
There are snow removal volunteers in all 50 states. These volunteers are matched to military families in need by zip code. SnowCare for Troops informs families via email when a match is found.
How Long Does Service Last?
Snow removal and lawn care services are provided for the entire length of deployment.
How To Request Assistance
To request services through Project Evergreen and SnowCare for Troops visit their website and select register. You will be emailed with information about matched volunteers in your area.
How to Volunteer
Lawn, landscape, and snow removal professionals as well as individuals are welcome to volunteer. Volunteers choose the number of families they are able to help, how far they are willing to travel, and the services they can provide. Register to volunteer here.