San Diego teams revitalize Healing Garden at Children’s Hospital
Three LandCare teams recently designed and installed a new landscape for The Leichtag Family Healing Garden at Rady Children’s Hospital, a nonprofit healthcare facility dedicated exclusively to pediatric care and research in San Diego, to kick off CommunityCare Day in 2019.
LandCare San Antonio & BOMA give St. PJ’s a holiday makeover
LandCare teamed up with BOMA San Antonio to install holiday décor & lighting around St. PJ’s Children’s Home, a short-term emergency shelter for children experiencing abuse or neglect.
LSC teams up with Warrior Canine Connection ahead of Veterans Day
As part of their 2018 CommunityCare Day project, 40+ LandCare Support Center team members and their families provided renovation and enhancement services to the Warrior Canine Connection (WCC) Healing Quarters in Boyds, Md.
LandCare hosts BYU-Idaho students in San Diego
LandCare managers recently hosted 25 horticulture students from BYU-Idaho at the Rancho Vista Corporate Center in Rancho Bernardo, Calif. to teach the group about a recent renovation completed on the property.
Tulsa aids food bank in sustainable farming project
The Tulsa branch put a horticultural twist on CommunityCare Day, cleaning out and replenishing ‘growtainers’ at the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma to prepare their indoor farms for the next round of hydroponically-grown produce.
CommunityCare meets Cushman Cares: Atlanta teams partner with Cushman & Wakefield to enhance local shelter
Two LandCare teams recently partnered with property management company Cushman & Wakefield to renovate the Evolution Center, a non-profit facility that provides emotional and physical support for men experiencing chronic homelessness in Atlanta.
CommunityCare Day 2018: Sacramento assists students with urban gardening
Our Sacramento management team worked with students from Sierra School at Eastern Extension to assist with the school’s Community Outreach Urban Gardening Project.
NorCal leadership restores historic coastal site
LandCare leaders in Northern California partnered with the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) – Silicon Valley Chapter for an environmental restoration project at Sand Hill Bluff, a historic archaeological site spanning 154 acres along California’s central coast.