Large & Hazardous Tree Removal in Green Bay & the Fox Valley!

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Giving Back to the Community

EPIC Innovations is proud to say, since 2010, we have donated 10% of one tree trim or removal every month! We are donating to any charity or organization that helps either troubled youth, mission work/or mission trips, or any type of childrens' organization.

What's even cooler is you, the customer, may donate to the charity of your choosing! (with company approval)

So if your church or organization is raising money, we can donate to them! It's a win-win! You receive quality tree service at a competitive price, as well as opportunities for discounts and special offers, AND a portion of the profit goes to your favorite charity or organization!

If you, or someone you know, may want to take advantage of this exceptional offer contact Jordan & Tabatha Lindle @ (920)629-9476.

EPIC Innovations of Green Bay and the Fox Valley is ready to take on all your tree trimming and tree removal needs. Affordable prices with the quality you deserve! Senior, Military, and Civil Service Discounts.


Organizations we Support:

Children International: www.children.org

Heifer International: www.heifer.org

Outreach International: www.outreach-international.org 

**Mercury One, Children First Fund: https://secure.qgiv.com/for/modonate/ 

Local Organizations we Support: 

Hunting for Heros: www.huntingforheroes.org 

Church World Service, CROP Hunger Walk: www.cwsglobal.org 

If you feel moved to Donate to one of these great organizations, you may do so at the links provided!


EPIC Tree Service giving back to Green bay

Meet Louis of Guatemala!

We began sponsoring Luis in March 2011 and hope to add more children like Luis to our sponsorship program as our business grows!

Luis lives in Guatemala, he was six years old when we began sponsoring him. He attends school and enjoys playing with cars, playing soccer, and singing.

Luis has six siblings, three brothers, and three sisters. Their home consists of two bedrooms and a kitchen, with a total of three metal beds. There is a dirt floor and they cook on an open fire, their bathroom facility is a community latrine.  Luis' mother is a homemaker and his father is a daily worker. They make $88 per month.

We'd like to thank every one of our customers who made it possible for us to sponsor Luis!