Clean Up Like I Would Donates House Cleaning to Women Battling Cancer
By Stacey Schwinghammer
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CLEAN UP LIKE I WOULD PARTNERS WITH A NONPROFIT
Union, New Jersey – May 15, 2014 – Clean Up Like I Would, LLC is a family-owned commercial and residential cleaning company that has teamed up with Cleaning For A Reason, an international nonprofit foundation. The company mission is “to improve the quality of life of its consumers by providing quality cleaning services, while showcasing trust and professionalism at all times.”
Owner Quadeerah Campbell states, “I started reading an entrepreneur magazine about cleaning services. The authors, Entrepreneur Press and Jacqueline Lynn, expressed the importance about how Deborah Sardone, President and CEO of Buckets and Bows Maid Service, started the foundation called Cleaning For A Reason to provide free services to women undergoing cancer treatments. I began to reminisce about my first cousin who has cancer. Although my cousin has cancer, my husband, Artavis and I partnered with this foundation to give my cousin the best gift money could not even buy, which is to stand strong and fight against cancer by walking in faith and not by sight.”
The company 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 area. For more information about this company, go to www.cleanuplikeiwould.com.
Cleaning For A Reason strives to aid women who are battling cancer by teaming up with cleaning services across the United States and Canada. Together, these two forces offer free maid services to meet the needs of women, and since 2006, have donated more than $4.2 million in free services, helping more than 14,000 women with cancer. Based in Lewisville, TX, Cleaning For A Reason works with more than 1,000 residential cleaning services 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.