At Capital Pest Services, part of our mission is to be involved in the community and give back whenever possible. As a result of COVID-19, there is more need than ever before. To celebrate November as the month of giving and help support students and families, we have committed to donating a percentage of our revenue to the Frankie Lemmon School and Developmental Center. While we will continue participating in other charitable initiatives, we want to turn our attention to this special school and its students.
The Frankie Lemmon School has been serving the Raleigh area community for over 57 years. They work with children ages 2 to 6 and provide a fully inclusive environment for children of all abilities. The small classroom ratios allow every student to receive the individualized attention they need to reach their full potential. Families are also given the support and guidance they need.
About Frankie Lemmon
The school is named after Frankie Lemmon, who was born with Down Syndrome in the 1960s. As he was ready to enter school, his parents quickly learned that there weren’t any schools in the area that would accept him or other kids with special needs. Frankie’s father took action and founded his own kindergarten which would eventually become the Frankie Lemmon School and Development Center.
How You Can Help
At Capital Pest, we recognize that students have been experiencing unprecedented challenges as a result of COVID-19 and we want to do our part to support organizations like the Frankie Lemmon School and Developmental Center. We hope that you will also feel inspired to help and lend a hand in any way you can.