Massey receives fundraising award

By |  November 1, 2017

Harvey MasseyMassey Services Chairman & CEO Harvey Massey, a Pest Management Professional (PMP) Hall of Famer (Class of 2008), has been recognized with the H. Clifford Lee Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals. This award is the organization’s highest honor and is presented to an individual who demonstrates a history of exceptional leadership and is personally active in philanthropy.

Massey has been an unwavering philanthropist for 33 years. He and his wife, Carol, are longtime supporters of the Central Florida community, especially in the areas of the arts, healthcare and education. They formed the Harvey and Carol Massey Foundation in 2014 to further solidify their personal and professional commitment, and have made major contributions to the Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center, Nemours Children’s Hospital for early childhood autism research, the Veterans Memorial Park of Central Florida, the Burnham Institute, Rollins College and funded a public sculpture for the “See Art Orlando” community project – just to name a few.

“A key principle in our company’s guiding philosophy is ‘Above all, we believe in being a contributing member to the communities in which we serve’,” says Massey. “We have embraced this statement and encourage all of our team members to get involved because we have always believed that when you take a lot out of a community, you have to put something back in.”


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