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Local impact fosters global success.

At Frontdoor, our House Rules challenge us to “do great things every day.” And yet, we don’t define greatness by our actions alone. Instead, we measure it by the impact we have. Like throwing stones into a lake, we want our actions to ripple through the communities where our employees, customers and contractors live and work, leaving a wake of positivity behind them.

Bringing the good to the communities we call home. 

Frontdoor celebrates volunteerism and community service through its “Bring the Good” program, an annual initiative that we established during our first year as a publicly traded company and have been building on ever since. Every year, our employees participate in individual and group service projects that effect positive change both for them and for their neighbors.

Since 2021, we have dedicated our efforts to serving others by helping to meet the shelter needs of our communities. As a part of our virtual giving event, we partnered with three nonprofit organizations that provide shelter — American Red Cross, Hospitality Hub and HomeAid — and created opportunities for employees to connect with them. We also empowered employees in the United States and India to “Bring the Good” from home through two virtual activities. As a company, and in partnership with organizations that align to our mission and values, Frontdoor will work to create a world where everyone has a safe place to rest their heads at night. All told, we donated time and money to more than 20 nonprofit organizations in 2020 and 2021.

We're investing in tomorrow's talent, today. 

Our business relies on skilled labor. At Frontdoor, we recognize both the causes of the skilled-labor shortage and their negative effects: slower, more expensive services, which challenge homeowners and depress economic activity. We’re committed to helping our industry close the labor gap by attracting new talent — including women and minorities — to the skilled trades. To do so, we’re focused on helping the public see skilled trades like appliance, plumbing, electrical, spa/pool and HVAC repair for what they really are: compelling, tech-forward careers that offer good pay, job security and the opportunity to make a real impact on families and economies.

Download the 2021 Sustainability Report to learn more about how we serve our communities.