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Cleaning Tips | 2019 | Maid For The Community

At Maids In America we take pride in having great maids that are also great people.  As a team we take time every week to find a way to make a difference in our community.

While I will be talking about what Maids In America HQ is doing for the Tuscaloosa Community our other franchises are required to do the same for their area.

What’s great is that our maids love being part of helping the community and others.  It recharges them especially during long weeks of non-stop cleaning.

Cleaning For A Reason

Cleaning For A Reason was the first charity that Maids In America supported back in 2010.  We were contacted by them initially and have cleaned countless homes in Tuscaloosa County for cancer patients at no charge.

On a regular basis Cleaning For A Reason contacts us to assign a new patient to clean and make a difference with.  It’s one of the most active charities and it opened our eyes to how little things (such as a free cleaning) can make a difference.

Our maid service provides several complete cleanings at no charge and, after free cleanings are up we can continue cleanings at a massively reduced rate for customers in need.

Helping The Community

Besides holiday food drives Maids In America regularly supports via donations and free cleaning services several (but not the only ones) important charities / non-profit organizations:

  • Callie’s Place – No kill animal rescue
  •  West Alabama Food Bank – Supports families in need of food
  • Arts & Autism – Helps autistic children adapt and grow so they can become independent and confident
  • Metro Animal Shelter – They always need help to give pets the best possible chances of being adopted
While this is just a short list as we encourage you to find a charity that you connect with and spare a little time every week to help them even if it seems small and inconsequential you’d be surprised at what a difference it can make.
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