In The Community
Supporting those in need.
Giving Back to Our Community
The Cleaning Ladies is committed to giving back to our community in meaningful ways to make a difference in the lives of those who may need it most. With our partnership with Cleaning for a Reason, we can provide cleaning services to patients battling cancer, a cause which is near and dear to our hearts.
It is our goal to strengthen our community with involvement in the community initiatives such as local clean ups and fundraising for organizations or initiatives that lift up and empower women in our community.
“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much.”
– Helen Kellter
Cleaning For A Reason
Cancer has touched everyone of us at The Cleaning Ladies in one way or another and we can empathise deeply with the patients and the families. We feel this cause allows us to give back to our community in an enriching way, and it we find it incredibly rewarding that the patients and the families we serve can enjoy a clean safe space during one of the most trying times in their lives.
How can you help?
There are a couple of ways you can help with this program. You can nominate a person (or family) to have their house cleaned:
- Residence must be in the Durham Region, Ontario
- Someone in the home must be undergoing cancer treatment
You can make a donation directly to Cleaning For A Reason.
Who Is Cleaning For A Reason?
Cleaning for a Reason encompasses more than 1200 cleaning partners throughout Canada and the United States. Together, we serve cancer patients by offering them two 3 hour cleans with a cleaning technician in a 2 month period. The Cleaning Ladies is proud to support those undergoing cancer treatment in the Durham Region areas.
You can learn more about this incredible cleaning industry program at cleaningforeason.org.
The Cleaning Ladies team is proud to support Cleaning for a Reason.
“The Cleaning Ladies is committed to giving back to our community in meaningful ways to make a difference in the lives of those who may need it most,” said Conchie. “Cancer has touched every one of us at our company in one way or another and we can empathize deeply with the patients and the families. We find it incredibly rewarding that the patients and the families we serve can enjoy a clean, safe, healthy home during one of the most trying times in their lives. It is our goal to strengthen our community with involvement in community initiatives like this one.”
Simcoe Hall Settlement House was established, in 1935, by the Women’s Welfare League in response to human and health conditions created, largely, by the Great Depression of the 1930’s.
Their Mission is to provide wellness opportunities through our food bank and programs to serve children, individuals and families who experience financial and social challenges.
How can you help?
There are a couple of ways you can help with this program:
- You can make a monetary donation
- In Kind donations are accepted at different times throughout the year
To find out more and/or donate directly to Simcoe Hall.
Who Is Simcoe Hall?
Thousands of adults, living and working in our community to-day, once passed through the doors of Simcoe Hall to attend the Simcoe Hall Nursery School and Children’s After School Programs. Seniors were also welcomed to participate in the community’s first recreation and leisure program called the Golden Age Club which still exists to-day.
Their Vision is to be part of a community that will allow children, individuals and families to experience and lead healthy, meaningful and socially responsible lives.
You can learn more about this impactful program at simcoehall.com.