Whether it is free house cleanings for women undergoing cancer treatments or for disabled veterans, or sponsoring youth activities like sports teams or involvement with youth service organizations, or supporting the arts or local festivals, ARCSI members and their employees are involved in their local communities.
(The organizations and charities listed are those where ARCSI members are involved. Charitable giving and involvement is an individual choice, and while the organizations listed provide a valuable service to their communities, their listing does not constitute an endorsement by ARCSI, and ARCSI assumes no responsibility for their actions or operations.)
Kleaning for Kids
ARCSI is proud to announce the launch of Kleaning for Kids, a joint project with local Ronald McDonald House Charities. Through the generous support of ARCSI’s member volunteers, ARSCI will provide residential cleaning services at no charge to the Ronald McDonald Houses in their communities.
There are more than 180 Ronald McDonald Houses (RMHC) across the United States and Canada, and they each have different needs. ARCSI will have a local liaison near each RMHC to work with the local volunteer coordinator. Assistance from ARCSI member companies will be strictly volunteer and will be based on how much time each owner feels they can provide, which could be two hours a month to two hours a week. Whatever ARCSI members can do to assist will make things better for families staying at RMHC.
Key Club International Convention
“Key of Honor”
At the Key Club International Convention held in July of 2015, Joe Stankus was awarded the prestigious Key of Honor. The Key of Honor is the most coveted award bestowed by Key Club International. Key Club International is the largest student run high school service organization in the world. It has over 270,000 members in 30 countries. The award recognizes an individual who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in dedicating his or her energy to serving the youth of the world.
Joe, a graduate of The University of Notre Dame, is the President of Stanitec Janitorial operating as ARCSI member, Classic Touch Cleaning in Richmond, VA, and he has worked in the Cleaning Industry since 1987
Cleaning for A Reason, Dallas, TX
Lynn Frankenfield Executive Director
Debbie Sardone, Board President
Fighting cancer is difficult enough, but living with it is even tougher – and that’s where the Cleaning for A Reason Foundation steps in. This nonprofit offers free professional housecleaning, and maid services to improve the lives of women undergoing treatment for cancer – any type of cancer.
Registered 501 (c) 3 www.cleaningforareason.org
Spencer Dean Honored with National Humanitarian Award
Mastercare Home Cleaning
Cleaning for a Reason “Rememberance Award”
When Spencer Dean’s wife died from ALS in 2004, at 48, he learned firsthand how important it is to have help keeping a household together, especially when there are children to take care of and medical bills to pay.
Through the generosity of friends and neighbors, Dean was able to have in-home help with cleaning, cooking, and laundry. Now he’s giving back to the community that supported him and his family by providing something of real value to courageous local women battling cancer.
MasterCare Home Cleaning Services, Dean’s professional Santa Barbara maid-service company, has been awarded the exclusive “2009 Remembrance Award” by the Cleaning for a Reason Foundation for providing more free house cleanings for women undergoing cancer treatments than any other cleaning company in the United States.
To read the entire press release, click here.
We've had them every two weeks for over a year now . they clean the whole house. the workers are very polite. were normally not home, but they've never broken anything, so im assuming that they are careful. we like the quality and dependability. we tried another service years ago, but they stole some checks from us, so we were reluctant to try it again. but prestigious cleaning is a local Kennesaw company, and the owner is well thought of in the community, so we thought we give it another try. my wife and I both work, and weŕe not always home, so we needed someone that we could trust--that is the biggest thing. I would give them an A.
Prestigious Cleaning came out and cleaned my house. theyre very professional and thorough, and theyre very nice ladies. they brought their own cleaning supplies. what I liked most was the general professionalism of the people who came. they really looked good and professional, and they had uniforms ofn. they're hard workers--they don't fool around. I've had them now three times. I first thought of selecting them because of one of my neighbors. I would give them an A+.
Prestigious Cleaning did whole-house cleaning for me. I had started out with just the initial cleaning, and then because of the quality of their service, I switched to a biweekly program. I would give them an A+.
They cleaned up a rental home, and everything was perfect. I got my full deposit back, and I didn't have any problems with the leasing agent or anything. I didn't have to go back, and I didn't have any problems. they were on time and did a good job. I would give them an A.
This organization has been one of the biggest blessings to me as I move into the growth phase of my business.This connection means so much when you feel you're out there all alone putting out the fires.