At ServiceMaster of Columbia, we are committed to providing our customers with the peace of mind they need and deserve, especially during unexpected circumstances. We have worked within the community for 20 years and are a leader in the cleaning and disaster restoration industry. We strive for excellence through reliability and a willingness to do whatever it takes.
As a local business, community involvement is important to ServiceMaster. Together, our leadership and staff work to fulfill this mentality within our community as well as our workplace. We are proud to partner with a number of nonprofit organizations in the area.
Central Missouri Honor Flight
Central Missouri Honor Flight is a nonprofit organization that works to honor veterans by transporting them to and from Washington, D.C., to visit their memorials. Veterans from all across the country pass through the Central Missouri hub. To express gratitude, motorcyclists escort veterans from Kingdom City to their hotel in Columbia.
For over seven years, it has been an important part of the ServiceMaster culture to have presence at every ride to show our appreciation for our veterans’ service. For each ride, we facilitate dinner for the riders, and partner with other local businesses like Lakota Coffee for donations of coffee and tea and Culligan of Mid-Missouri for water. Kraft Foods donates all hotdogs for every ride as well!
If you are interested in helping our veterans take their honor flight, we collect donations and match your donation dollar for dollar.
Pascale’s Pals works to bring happiness and relief to the children and families staying at the Women & Children’s Hospital. ServiceMaster works with Pascale’s Pals on a sponsorship level and also works in fundraising on the organizations’ behalf
Coyote Hill Christian Children’s Home cares for children who have experienced abuse or neglect. Coyote Hill provides a safe, educational atmosphere with 24-hour programming tailored specifically to each child’s needs. ServiceMaster of Columbia owner, Adam Kinser, and his wife, Aniceta, sit on Coyote Hill’s board. Together, they work to raise funds and provide services to Coyote Hill’s homes and facilities.