The United Nations’ “Nothing However Nets” is the world’s largest grassroots marketing campaign that sends insecticide-treated mattress nets to areas of the world plagued with malaria-carrying mosquitoes. Since 2016, Aptive has introduced its group collectively yearly to assist cease the unfold of Malaria transmitted by a easy mosquito chunk, contributing over $912,000 to the marketing campaign and serving to to guard almost 285,000 lives.
Aptive Environmental Gross sales Crew Chief Jonathan Watrous has led the “Nothing However Nets” giving program amongst the gross sales staff for 4 years. In response to Watrous, “What I really like about working for Aptive is being a part of an organization that not solely cares about its staff, but in addition helps these in want. It’s an excellent feeling to know the work we do each day makes a distinction in not simply the lives and houses of households we serve, however these internationally, too.”
Giving again is one in all Aptive’s six enterprise pillars and has at all times been a precedence for the pest management firm. From pleasant charitable giving competitions amongst inside groups to investing in software program that enables donations to be accepted on the level of sale, Aptive instills a dedication to being accountable by way of each side of its enterprise. In 2020 alone, the Aptive group has donated properly over $1 million to organizations it strongly believes in, resembling Operation Underground Railroad and Ecuador’s Saminay El-Legado Faculty, along with supporting the “Nothing However Nets” program.
“At Aptive, giving again is a part of our DNA, and we’re proud to make “Nothing however Nets” central to our efforts yearly,” stated Vess Pearson, CEO of Aptive Environmental, “We consider just a few small acts of kindness can create a big impression, and we’re seeing it proper earlier than our eyes in partnership with ‘Nothing However Nets.’ As the vacations method we encourage others to unfold generosity—huge or small—of their communities and past, as a result of that’s the place change begins.”