Flow Home Cleaning Continues to Help Cancer Patients
By Lucy Lee
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LOCAL CLEANING COMPANY MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Fredericton, New Brunswick – January 16, 2020 – Flow Home Cleaning has been donating cleaning services to cancer patients for the past five years through its partnership with Cleaning for a Reason, a nonprofit serving cancer households through the gift of clean. Since December 2014, Flow Home Cleaning has helped a total of 13 cancer patients with donated cleanings valued at $3,488. Owner Monica Danielski is committed to helping even more cancer patients in the community.
“We understand how a clean home provides peace of mind,” said Danielski. “We feel privileged to help families undergoing cancer treatments spend time with loved ones, reduce stress, and create a healthier environment for healing.”
Through partnership with Cleaning for a Reason, Flow Home Cleaning works with cancer patients to clean at least two homes per month for two consecutive months free of charge. This will be an ongoing service to cancer patients residing in the greater Fredericton area in New Brunswick.
About Flow Home Cleaning
Founded in 2013, Flow Home Cleaning is a local, woman-owned business offering residential and some commercial cleaning. The company has been the best-rated award recipient since 2017 and supports many local charities such as United Way, CHIMO, Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick, and Cleaning for a Reason. For more information, go to flowcleaners.com.
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 $12 million in services, helping more than 38,000 cancer patients. In 2017, Cleaning for a Reason was adopted by ISSA Charities, the charitable arm of ISSA, The Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association. To learn more about Cleaning for a Reason and to apply for free house cleaning, see cleaningforareason.org.