The Cleaning Authority donates 227 pounds of food to Norwell Food Pantry

The Cleaning Authority donates 227 pounds of food to Norwell Food Pantry

The Cleaning Authority of Norwell donated over 200 lbs. of food to the Norwell Food Pantry as part of The Cleaning Authority’s CARES program. Owner John Chase told reporters about how participating in the program has given their business the ability to give back to their community and get their name out there. Click on the image below to read the full article.

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