The New England Pest Management Association (NEPMA) recently gave back to a Boston area food shelter. Galvin Murphy, Yankee Pest Control, Malden, Mass., went to quote a commercial building that was home to seven Boston inner city charities. Murphy learned that the charities had been abandoned since the CONVID-19 outbreak, leaving one of the city’s poorest neighborhoods (Roxbury) in peril. In addition to the empty shelves, rodents were destroying damaged food in the pantry.

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