Community Service

NPMA Gives Program

Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions is committed to giving back to the communities where we live and work. Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions has committed to giving 1% of it's net profit to communities in Hawaii.

Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions has done this through participation in the NPMA Gives program. This is a program created by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) to provide its members with a way to recognize their contributions to their communities – whether through charitable donations, products or time contributed. Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions was recognized for their efforts in receiving the 2015 NPMA Gives Award.

As part of the NPMA Gives initiative, Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions will be donating one percent of their annual net profit in 2015 througheither monetary, product or service contributions in an attempt to give back to their community.

"The pest management industry is naturally philanthropic in its efforts to protect people, property and health," stated NPMA CEO Bob Rosenberg. "NPMA Gives provides companies that are already giving back to their community a vehicle in which they can be recognized for their contributions."

"Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions is choosing to be proactive by giving back to the local communities that have supported us since 1997," said Michael J. Botha. "Our employees feel good about what we do and we feel as though we are making a difference. Giving back to our local communities is the right thing to do for our organization.”

For information on NPMA Gives, please contact Janay Rickwalder at jrickwalder@pestworld.org or 571-224-0384.

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Oahu SPCA Partnership

As part of Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions community service initiative, we have partnered with the Oahu SPCA which is a local no-kill shelter to provide a variety of donations to them, including:

  • The “Dog of the Month” sponsorship where Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions will cover one dog's adoption fee and also prepare a care package filled with pet essentials to go to the new owner

  • Free pest and rodent control service at Oahu SPCA's facility

  • Monthly dog and cat food donation, which Purina has generously agreed to match our donation contributions

  • Help the OSPCA when in moves to its new facility in Kahaluu this year to include providing transport to animals and equipment

  • Offer a pre-treatment at the new facility

If you would like to learn more about the Oahu SPCA, please contact Kegan Clausen, the Shelter Director, at Kegan@oahuspca.org or 808-631-8477.