Maid Right of Fairfield Cleaning for Cancer Patients
By Lucy Lee
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MAID RIGHT OF FAIRFIELD JOINS A NONPROFIT
Norwalk, CT – March 20, 2019 – Maid Right of Fairfield has teamed up with Cleaning For A Reason, an international nonprofit serving cancer patients. The owner is committed to making a difference for those in need in the community.
“Maid Right of Fairfield is excited to begin our relationship with Cleaning For A Reason,” said owner George Goetz. “We are happy to donate our services to brighten a cancer patient’s day by removing the worry of house cleaning. We are committed to giving back to our community and making a difference for cancer patients and their families at this difficult time.”
Maid Right of Fairfield has agreed to help cancer patients by cleaning at least 2 homes per month for two consecutive months at no charge. The only requirement is that the homes be within the company’s existing service areas of lower Fairfield County from Greenwich to Bridgeport.
About Maid Right of Fairfield
Started in 2016, Maid Right of Fairfield is a family-owned and operated professional cleaning franchise. The company specializes in professional cleaning for residential and commercial properties with a proven trademarked process that is driven by customer satisfaction. Homeowners benefit from total-home cleaning, hospital-strength disinfection, and eco-friendly systems and products. For more information about this company, go to maidright.com/fairfield. go to
About Cleaning For A Reason
Cleaning For A Reason partners with more than 1,200 residential cleaners throughout the United States and Canada to offer free house cleaning to any household battling cancer. Since 2006, the nonprofit and its partners have donated more than $11 million in services, helping more than 33,000 cancer patients. In 2017, Cleaning For A Reason was adopted by ISSA, the worldwide cleaning industry association, joining the ISSA Charities arm. To learn more about Cleaning For A Reason and to apply for free house cleaning, see cleaningforareason.org.