United Way honors Rollins

By |  May 1, 2018
Rollins award

From left are Lee Crump, Group Vice President & CIO; Kim Youngpeter, Managing Director, Application Development; and Jerry Gahlhoff, President of Rollins Specialty Brands and VP of Human Resources.

Rollins Inc. has received a Child Well-Being Impact Fund Champion award from United Way of Greater Atlanta for its significant contributions to the fund during the 2017 workplace campaign. Rollins received a Silver Level Impact Award, alongside several Atlanta-area corporations that also supported the fund.

The award recognizes companies with the strongest focus on furthering the work of United Way’s Child Well-Being Impact Fund, which is dedicated to ensuring lasting, collaborative solutions leading to positive and sustainable outcomes for children and families. Selected companies showed excellence in dollars allocated to the fund and demonstrated a commitment to encouraging employee donors to support the fund.

“Rollins has long been a strong supporter and advocate of United Way of Greater Atlanta because it does outstanding work in our community,” says John Wilson, president and COO of Rollins. “Each year we strive to exceed our giving goal, so we can increase the impact the United Way can make.”

Rollins employees and company-matching funds have supported United Way of Greater Atlanta since 1985, helping make Rollins a community leader for many years. In 2017, Rollins and its employees donated more than $1 million to United Way of Greater Atlanta.

“We’re grateful for this award,” says Jerry Gahlhoff, president of Rollins Specialty Brands and VP of Human Resources. “It’s a great reflection of our generous employees and our commitment to improving the community around us — whether in Atlanta or any of the markets we serve.”

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