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Nutri-Lawn Blog

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Grocery Giveaway - St. Johns Nutri-Lawn

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Nutri-Lawn of St. Johns NFLD recently ran a 'Grocery Give-a-way' campaign. They had an online entry form that people could apply or nominate someone in need of a 'hand up'. "We have selected 2 families for the grocery give a way.  Both are single parents who were brought to tears when Kelly from VOCM cares called them" said Boyd Loveless, local franchise owner.  

"When I had the opportunity to speak with them they were so thankful and saying that $100.00 to them is like $500.00 to most."

We delivered the gift pack below to the recipients to say congratulations. We added movie passes and McDonald Gift cards so they can treat their children this weekend.  

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Topics: RE:Nourish

Nutri-Lawn Cleans up Nova Scotia! ~#GladToCleanUp

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Topics: RE:Nourish, The Grass Expert, Halifax, A Guide to Lawn Care

500 pounds of food

1 Min

A 2 month food drive for the Barrie food bank with 500 pounds of food was collected.

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Topics: RE:Nourish

RE:nourish

3 Min

Inside every company there is the heart and soul of the people who make its brand so valuable. At Nutrilawn we say “We Nourish Lawns and Lives.” That is why we have created our most meaningful idea. We call it re:nourish.

re:nourish is our program to nurture the communities around us – both near and far – by giving back to them their greenery. Every part of our organization, the employees of our corporate office and our franchisees, are committing themselves through various projects to making the environment more lush and more nourished.

Our Beliefs

  1. We believe that the idea and reality of community is the bedrock of a healthy society
  2. We believe that everyone can contribute in some way to the health of a community somewhere
  3. We believe that when we nourish a community we nurture its future

The way we organize our efforts we call From The Ground Up

  1. We find projects with which we can engage
  2. If we can bring our experience and expertise, as well as our passion, for healthy grass and exquisite irrigation to the project, we will
  3. If we can mobilize our whole franchise system to contribute to a project that helps the community, such as a Food Bank, we will
  4. We contribute individually and as a group
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Topics: RE:Nourish

Nutri-Lawn Proudly Sponsors The First Annual Law & Order Winter Classic

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Team Law (RCMP) and Team Order (Lawyers)

Team Order (St. John's lawyers) narrowly edged Team Law (RCMP officers) 11-10 in the first annual Law and Order Winter Classic, but the kids were the day's big winners. The two squads came together in support of Reason for the Rink, a project started by local dad Todd Churchill with the goal of raising money for charities that assist and improve the lives of children, like his son Carter, who live with physical disabilities: Easter Seals NL, Rainbow Riders and Mazol Shriners.

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Topics: RE:Nourish

Volunteers return to Dominican for 3rd year to continue with humanitarian efforts

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A team of volunteers from the Canadian landscaping industry returned to the Dominican Republic in January for a third consecutive year to spearhead a number of humanitarian projects.

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Topics: RE:Nourish

RENOURISH 2013 TRIP TO THE DOMINCAN REPUBLIC ORPHANAGE

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In February 2013, Nurtilawns CEO is leading a group of 10 Dads & 14 children on a return trip to an orphanage in the Dominican Republic, Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos, which in English means "Our Little Brothers and Sisters". Nutrilawn has supported the Orphanage and has built soccer fields, gardens, irrigation systems and local village improvements as part of the Nutrilawn Renourish program.

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Topics: RE:Nourish

Inspiration to "Nourish Lives"

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Inspiration to "Nourish Lives"

We all know individuals and families in our communities who have encountered and faced difficult circumstances….and have over come adversity to give inspiration to everyone they encounter. They "nourish" lives.

Cindy Desjardin is from Holland Landing, Ontario a small town north of Toronto. Last year she developed "flesh eating disease" masked by symptoms that she and her doctors thought were originally a bad flu. As detailed in her blog below, she is lucky to be alive. To save her life, her arms had to be amputated below her elbows and her legs below her knees.

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Topics: RE:Nourish

May 2012 | Drew Bugden Donates a Kidney

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On May 9th, 2012 Nutri-Lawn Halifax Customer Service Rep Drew Bugden (left) donated a kidney to his good friend Dan Macaulay (right) who is in desperate need of a transplant. The procedure takes place at St. Joseph's Hospital in Hamilton.

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Topics: RE:Nourish, Halifax

Dominican re:nourish mission 2011 - Day 5

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Today saw the completion of the batey Vasca community garden, including the installation of the living fence with 40 mandira (sp?) plants as well as our BBQ extravaganza.

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Topics: RE:Nourish