Frontline responders, we are inspired by your dedication and want to help you care for your lawns, while you care for others. TaskEasy the largest provider of home yard care in the US, and Cub Cadet, the leading manufacturer of outdoor power equipment, have come together to support frontline responders, doctors, and nurses on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. This program makes it possible for these frontline emergency workers to request a month of free lawn mowing services with proof of one the following jobs: Emergency Essential Medical Technicians, Paramedics, Nurses, Doctors, Police, and Firefighters.
After a long shift of helping people facing COVID-19, the last thing our frontline workers should have to worry about when they get home is keeping the lawn mowed. We’ve all seen the stories of responders working long hours in very challenging situations, and this program offers them the gift of time and a bright spot of kindness in their day to come home to a freshly mowed yard.
Cub Cadet has already donated $200,000 to support this program, which will cover thousands of free lawn mows for frontline workers across the country. With your help, we can expand the program even more. 100% of your donation proceeds will go towards expanding the number of frontline workers that can receive free lawn care.
TaskEasy is managing this program with donated funds going directly towards paying independent contractors for their work mowing the lawns of first responders, doctors, and nurses. These workers can simply request service at TaskEasy’s website with a photo of their workplace badge for verification, and TaskEasy will confirm eligibility and dispatch the work to one of the 15,000 independent contractors in 12,000 cities across the US. TaskEasy can start mowing within days of an eligible service request.
Our Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics, Nurses, Doctors, Police, and Firefighters have dedicated their lives to helping others through this crisis, and your donation can help us create a real bright spot in their lives right now.
- Gavin Christensen
- Kathy Gowans
- Colby Shosted
- Janet Lee
- Karl Sowa
Salt Lake City, UT