OUR IMPACT

How We’ve Helped

Each year, thousands of Rollins associates are hit with the unexpected. The Rollins Relief Fund provides grants to Rollins employees in need of food, clothing, shelter, or other necessities related to a natural disaster, an incident leading to significant damage to their home, or a personal hardship. In response, Rollins created a way for associates to get back on their feet during those times of significant, unforeseen financial hardship. It’s called the Rollins Relief Fund.

Brian and Sharon Russell

Meet two employees you helped in the first year of the Rollins Relief Fund. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to Rollins, Rollins Relief committee and all Rollins employees. I have been in the pest control industry for over sixteen years. I always prided myself on taking care of my customers, and especially...

RaQuen Cotton

Orkin office administrator RaQuen Cotton and her family survived Hurricane Isaac in 2012 with just the clothes on their backs. RaQuen lived in the New Orleans area her whole life and said she had never seen a flood like that. “My husband was setting up the generator in the back yard because we weren’t sure...

Robin Wolf

Orkin office administrator Robin Wolf, a 15-year employee, was at her home in La Place, La. with her husband and two sons, ages 16 and 11. She said she woke up that Sunday morning in 2012 and had no electricity and no water. “There was nothing on the radio about LaPlace,” said Robin. “The media...

Hurricane Andrew

The following is taken from the November 1992 issue of Rollins Today: At 3 a.m. Monday, August 24, Hurricane Andrew landed in South Florida with a vengeance. The record-breaking storm lasted more than four hours and left a trail of disaster. “The sky became pitch black,” said Ken Quinn, Homestead, Fla. branch manager. “As the...

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At Rollins, we consider ourselves a family of coworkers. When one family member suffers a catastrophe, we all want to pitch in to help. It’s been part of our culture for decades. That is the reason for the Rollins Employee Relief Fund.