Community Involvement
Learn more about how BISSELL stays active in the community

BISSELL is proud to support both local and international community involvement. Right in our own backyard we are actively supporting some great organizations such as United Way, Junior Achievement, and Ronald McDonald House. On a national level we are proud to be a part of the BISSELL Pet Foundation, Partners for Pets and many more.

The BISSELL Pet Foundation exists to assist animal welfare organizations. This includes helping to reduce the number of animals in shelters and rescues through pet adoption, spay neuter programs, microchipping and foster care.  Read More >

At BISSELL, we believe in pet adoption and are committed to helping the animal welfare groups that serve our nation’s homeless pets. Through the Partners for Pets program, participating shelters can raise money three different ways: by earning proceeds from purchases on, through the opportunity to win up to $40,000 a year in giveaways and sweepstakes on the BISSELL Pet Foundation's Facebook page, and through their eligibility to receive one free BISSELL pet product annually to use in a raffle or auction. Read More >

BISSELL knows that your pets are important members of your families. Losing a pet can be one of the scariest situations you experience as a pet parent. Fortunately, has the essential tools to help reunite lost and found pets with their families. The free online and mobile service offers a searchable, nationwide registry to connect owners and finders with recently reported lost & found pets, as well as many resources and tools for pet parents to use if their beloved pet ever becomes astray.

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The Tour de Force bike ride was started in 2002 as a memorial to the fallen police officers who gave their lives in the September 11, 2001, attacks. BISSELL is a sponsor of this annual ride. Read More>

BISSELL is proud to support a number of local organizations in Grand Rapids, MI. Click to learn more about what we're doing to make a difference in our community. Read More>