Introducing The Cleaning Authority CARES

The Cleaning Authority CARESThe Cleaning Authority is in the midst of launching its own corporate social responsibility program, The Cleaning Authority CARES. The program, which will be conducted by franchises in the U.S. and Canada, will fight hunger.

A committee made up of franchise owners and corporate staff identified hunger as a cause that exists in every market that we service. Across the U.S. and Canada, 52 million people live in food-insecure households. Food insecurity is defined as being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of nutritious food. This may also reflect a household’s need to make trade-offs between important basic needs, such as housing and medical bills, and purchasing nutritionally adequate foods.

The Cleaning Authority CARES will hold three food drives per year, focusing our efforts on collecting specific items that are usually needed at that time. Along with making a difference by supplying local food banks, we will have a significant impact on spreading awareness to this important need.

This program will not only give our franchise owners an opportunity to give back to their community, but it will be a way to get our Brand out in the community as well.

We are very excited about this initiative and cannot wait to give back in the communities where we have franchises. To learn more about The Cleaning Authority CARES visit http://www.thecleaningauthority.com/cares/.

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