Local Community Partnerships

American Red Cross
Mosquitoes are collecting blood from us and our friends every day, without asking, but we’d rather be donating blood to a better cause. That’s why, seven years ago, Mosquito Joe and American Red Cross partnered to raise awareness about blood donation centers and the importance of donating blood in your local community during our Beat the Bloodsuckers campaign. During this time Mosquito Joe locations across the country partner with local blood donation centers for Mosquito Control Awareness Week. For every new customer that signs up for mosquito control services during Mosquito Control Awareness Week, participating locations will donate 10% of the sale to those local blood banks.


Guns ‘N Hoses
During the annual Guns ‘N Hoses event, St. Louis firefighters and police officers compete at the Enterprise Center in a boxing event that benefits The Backstoppers. The Backstoppers, is a nonprofit organization that aids families of first responders who have passed in the line of duty. Mosquito Joe of Greater STL County is proud to be a sponsor of this annual event.

 


St. Louis WALK to End Hydrocephalus
The Hydrocephalus Association strives to find a cure for hydrocephalus and improve the lives of those impacted by the condition. Since 2018, Mosquito Joe of Greater STL County has participated in the St. Louis WALK to end Hydrocephalus. This event raises funds to aid Hydrocephalus research, education, advocacy, and community support.


Bringing Families Together Trunk or Treat
Mosquito Joe of Greater STL County was proud to get involved and interact with the community by participating in the 2019 Truck or Treat event hosted by Bringing Families Together. This event created a fun safe environment for kids to enjoy Halloween festivities.

 

 

 


Wings Love & Care Center:

Wings, is part of International Crisis Aid, a branch that feeds those less fortunate. This organization is located in the city of Jefferson, in the midst of an impoverished area. Mosquito Joe of Greater STL County was proud to lend a helping hand to such a good cause with help from Volunteer Coordinator, Angie Liggins. Team members Zach Bates, Stacy Burch, Meghan Menzenwerth, and Anastasia Sonntag spent Friday, February 14th helping sort food and bag food for distribution, as well as sort through canned goods and shelf-stable items to make the process easier, allowing more people to be fed.