This week we decided to help the elderly get in the spirit of the season by cutting down a tree in the Gila National Forest and decorating it for her.
Today, we spent time with an lonely, elderly vet, who is terminally ill and recently lost his wife. Aside from the visit, he taught us how to make English toffee with pecans. Sometimes it's not always what you share, it's what others share with you!
This week we wanted to show compassion to those without families during the holiday season. We decided to take one of our elderly clients to the Ft. Bliss National Cemetery to visit her husband whom she hasn't visited in 3 years. While we were there, a soldier was being buried and the 21 gun salute along with taps were played. Needless to say, a very humbling experience. So we would also like to thank our Soldiers for making our families safer!!
We decided to help the non-profit organization City of Crosses Dachshund Rescue by offering our Fall Cleanup professional services to their property. This organization is in need of foster families (food and vet care supplied for free) and financial donations. If you would like more information, please contact Bill Burgess at (575) 373-8338 or firstname.lastname@example.org
At Extreme Landscaping, we strongly believe in being an important part of the community we serve. Our definition of community is simple. It is a connection we share with the people in the areas we service. It is caring and looking after people because they would do the same for us. Therefore, Extreme Landscaping has decided to give back to the community by donating our services, time, resources, or friendship to those we identify as needing it the most. This could be an elderly individual, injured or retired service member who cannot otherwise care for themselves, family in need, or non-profit organization.
We are committed to being a part of the community in various ways. Helping our Veterans who really need assistance is just one way we say THANK YOU!