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Elder Lawn Care & Junk Removal Program

Empowering Our Elders, Beautifying Our Community

Strong Native Minds, in collaboration with SEOTS, is dedicated to supporting the well-being and dignity of Tribal Elders in Milwaukee County. Our new initiative, the Lawn Care & Junk Removal Program, is specially designed for Tribal Elders over 50 years old residing in Milwaukee County. This program assists our Elders in maintaining safe, clean, and accessible living environments, enhancing their quality of life while strengthening community bonds.

About the Program:

Our program is committed to providing regular lawn care and junk removal services to Tribal Elders who find it challenging to manage these tasks due to physical limitations or financial constraints. We believe that maintaining a clean and well-kept home environment is essential for living with respect and dignity.

Services Include:

  • Regular lawn mowing

  • Safe removal and disposal of unwanted household items and junk (NO electronics, tires, oil, and/or paint.  Junk removal size is limited to what can fit inside a standard truck/van)

  • Seasonal outdoor cleanup

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Get Involved - Volunteer with Us!

We are looking for compassionate and dedicated volunteers to join our mission in honoring and serving our Tribal Elders in Milwaukee County. Whether you have experience in lawn care, waste management, or simply a desire to make a difference, your assistance can bring joy and relief to many lives.

Need Assistance? We’re Here to Help!

If you are a Tribal Elder, or know someone, who is over 50 and residing in Milwaukee County and would benefit from our Lawn Care & Junk Removal services, please reach out. Our team is committed to providing respectful and efficient assistance, ensuring every eligible Elder has access to a comfortable and safe home environment.

⬇️ Fill out the form below and let us know how we can help you ⬇️

Elder Lawncare & Junk Removal Registration

To register, please take the time to fill out the information below.

Are you an Enrolled Tribal Member?
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