McCall Service team volunteers in Hunger Fight


November 21, 2022


Members of the McCall Service Jacksonville team volunteering at the Hunger Fight event. PHOTO: MCCALL SERVICE

Jacksonville, Fla.-based McCall Service joined a local non-profit Hunger Fight for the 10th annual Hunger Fight event, which supports the donation of over 208,000 meals for children in two hours.

All of McCall Service’s Jacksonville offices came together to donate their time and support to the event. The Jacksonville offices have supported the Hunger Fight for four years.

“This event is fun, high energy, and a great way for us to give back to our community in a big way,” Nate Devaney, Jacksonville East’s service center manager, said in a news release. “We’re grateful for the opportunity to bring everyone in McCall’s Jacksonville service area together for an incredible cause that we know will pay dividends for years down the line.”

The three McCall teams boxed 37 cases, or 1,554 meals, to contribute to over 200,000 total Hunger Fights donated.

Hunger Fight started in 2012 to provide all children and families with access to food, books and the tools necessary to achieve success in future endeavors. Since its inception, the organization packaged and delivered over 16 million meals and 201,000 books.

About McCall Service

McCall Service, which became a brand under Rollins in 2021, brings over 90 years of industry experience as a family-operated company, now in its third generation of Cooksey family leadership. The company provides commercial and residential termite, mosquito, wildlife, bed bug, lawn and pest services with a highly trained team. McCall Service has been family-operated since 1928, when it started as an ice and coal delivery company. Now, the company delivers pest management solutions to commercial and residential customers throughout the southeastern U.S.


About the Author

Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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