The Cleaning Authority CARES
- Did you know over 52 million people across the U.S. and Canada live in food-insecure households?
- Did you know that more than 16 million of the people without that food security are under the age of 18?
We recognize this is a serious issue across Canada and in our local community, which is why The Cleaning Authority CARES has stepped up to fight against household hunger. We believe that providing food to the hungry is a fundamental component of caring for others—but we can't win the fight alone. We need people like you to also step up and join us.
Throughout the year, we will focus our efforts on specific campaigns that address the unique and seasonal needs of our local communities. Not only can you help make a difference by supplying our local food banks, but you can also help raise awareness about the ever-present issue of food-insecurity.
Ready to Get Involved?
We need your help to put a stop to household hunger in our country!
Getting involved and making an impact is simple:
- Get a Bag – One of our house cleaners will leave a paper bag in your home after a visit that includes information about the seasonal campaign we are running.
- Fill it Up – We ask that you fill up the paper bag with all the foods you would like to donate between our visits.
- Cleaner Pick-Up and Transport – Once you’ve filled the bag and have another visit coming up, be sure to leave it out in the open with your donation inside for our house cleaners to collect and take back to the office.
- Food Bank Delivery – Local franchise owners will deliver all the food items you have helped donate to the food bank of their choice in the area.
Food Items We Are Collecting Now
Thank you to everyone who participated in our summer food drive. We will be doing another food collection around the holidays, so look out for more information in-home during one of your cleans in November.
We ask that you donate the following food items in your The Cleaning Authority CARES bag:
- Pop-top Tuna
- Canned Vegetables
- Canned Fruit, Fruit Cups, or Dried Fruit
- Low-Sugar Cereal
- Peanut Butter
- Sliced Bread, Tortillas, or Crackers
- Baby Formula & Food
- Juice Boxes
- Snack Items: Applesauce, Granola Bars, Chocolate, etc.
In addition to these kid-friendly items, we will also gladly collect any other non-perishable food items you would like to donate. Interested in learning more about getting involved? Please reach out to The Cleaning Authority office in your local area!
We are grateful for your support in our fight against household hunger.