The Cleaning Authority Offices Across North America Participate in The Cleaning Authority CARES Food Drives

The Cleaning Authority Cares

With the help of their clients, The Cleaning Authority CARES works to address the hunger issue in their local community. More than 52 million people in North America are considered food insecure - or lacking reliable access to a sufficient quantity of nutritious food. Of that group, over 16,000,000 of them are minors.

This summer, The Cleaning Authority CARES conducted its third food drive with 156 locations of The Cleaning Authority in North America. Throughout the campaign, some offices have also had the chance to speak to the local media about their efforts, further raising awareness about hunger in their communities. Check out the following news articles that have run across the network:

To learn more about The Cleaning Authority CARES visit: http://www.thecleaningauthority.com/cares/

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