By Stacey Schwinghammer
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DUST BUSTERS PARTNERS WITH A NONPROFIT
Moorhead, Minnesota – August 19, 2017 – Dust Busters is a full service cleaning company since 2012 that has teamed up with Cleaning For A Reason, an international nonprofit serving women with cancer. The company specializes in new construction, residential, commercial, move in/out, and office cleanings. The teams are professional, reliable, friendly, and very competent. Dust Busters makes life cleaner, healthier, and happier for their clients.
“When I found out about Cleaning For A Reason, I did my research and really wanted to be a part of something so amazing,” stated Dust Busters owner JoAnne Doran. “You always hear that if cancer patients can keep their mood up, it helps with their treatments. Who would not want to lend a hand to someone who is in such a vulnerable situation? Fighting cancer is hard enough. My staff and I are eager to get started helping these women through the gift of a clean home.”
Dust Busters has agreed to help women battling cancer by cleaning two homes per month for four consecutive months at no charge. The only requirement is that the homes be within the company’s existing service areas of Horace, Fargo, West Fargo, and Harwood in North Dakota and Moorhead, Sabin, Glyndon, Hawley, and Detroit Lakes in Minnesota. For more information about this company, go to
In partnership with maid services throughout the United States and Canada, Cleaning For A Reason is celebrating 11 years of dedicated service for women battling cancer by Making A Difference One Home At A Time™. Together, these two forces offer free house cleaning to meet the needs of women, and since 2006, have donated more than $6.6 million in free services, helping more than 26,000 women with cancer. Based in Lewisville, TX, Cleaning For A Reason works with more than 1,200 professional cleaning companies and continues to grow and gain support. To learn more about Cleaning For A Reason and to apply for free house cleaning, see www.cleaningforareason.org.