Project EverGreen’s GreenCare for Troops and SnowCare for Troops programs provide complimentary lawn and landscape services, and snow and ice removal services for the families of currently deployed military personnel, and post 9/11 disabled veterans with a service-connected disability. (FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION ON VOLUNTEERING OR ELIGIBILITY TO RECEIVE SERVICES, CLICK ON THE APPROPRIATE GREEN BAR BELOW.)

These nationwide programs are made possible because of the generosity of our volunteers and sponsors who want to give back to our nation’s heroes for the sacrifices they have made on behalf of all Americans.

These complimentary services are provided to eligible families in need to provide a helping hand to our military at a time they need it most.

Program Contacts

Ki Matsko
Regions: New England, Mid-Atlantic, South Atlantic, Southeast, West and Southwest
kimatsko@projectevergreen.org
Direct line: 440-290-4522

Nici Trem
Regions: Great Lakes, Gulf Coast and Northwest
nicitrem@projectevergreen.org
Direct line: 440-290-4468


OUR IMPACT:

GreenCare and SnowCare for Troops is proud to work with dedicated volunteers to create greener, healthier lawns and yards and remove snow and ice for military families and disabled veterans.

Military families/disabled veterans who have registered for our programs since their inception.

Lawn, landscape and snow professionals professionals who have registered to volunteer for our programs since they were started.

$8 million

Estimated value of volunteer services provided to military families and disabled veterans since the programs were founded.




"I just wanted to tell you how grateful I am for what Project EverGreen does for military families. My husband is deployed and after weeks of looking for help with my lawn, I was fortunate to come across your website. I am so pleased with the quick response from my assigned volunteer. He was very kind when we spoke on the phone and his team was out here within a week. Left my yard spotless."

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