ServiceTitan has announced it is donating funds in a matching gift program for the Nexstar Legacy Foundation Troops to Trades and Explore the Trades programs. The donation was announced at the Nexstar Network Super Meeting in Washington DC.
ServiceTitan has committed to a maximum donation of $50,000 with $10,000 of the donation initially kicking off the campaign. Between Sept. 15 and Oct. 15, ServiceTitan will donate an additional $1,000 to the program for every Nexstar member that signs on with ServiceTitan, up to a maximum of $40,000.
“We are so grateful for the support of industry leader ServiceTitan,” said Jack Tester, Nexstar Network president and CEO. “They work with so many business leaders in the home services industry, and they know the challenges they face attracting and keeping quality service technicians.”
Nexstar Legacy Foundation supports two primary programs: Troops to Trades and Explore the Trades. The Troops to Trades program is dedicated to helping military veterans find a career at a plumbing, heating, cooling or electrical service business, and Explore the Trades seeks to actively drive students into the home services field through education of students, businesses and schools.
“The Nexstar Legacy Foundation works to provide training and education to young people wanting to work in this great industry,” said Kate Cinnamo, director of the Nexstar Legacy Foundation. “The money from ServiceTitan will enable us to continue our growth with our Troops to Trades and Explore the Trades initiatives.”
This is the first time ServiceTitan has donated money to the Nexstar Legacy Foundation.
“We are honored to have the opportunity to support the Nexstar Legacy Foundation,” said ServiceTitan CEO Ara Mahdessian. “Home service business owners are doing great work all across the country, and we want to help them find and cultivate new talent. It is our wish to give something back to the industry that has been so good to us. We’re grateful that we can contribute to the training and education of the future superstars in the home services industry.”
Visit www.explorethetrades.org to learn more.
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