New York – March 17 … First Responders Children’s Foundation (FRCF) today announced that its philanthropic partnership with Home Clean Heroes (HCH) will be expanding in 2023 as the Virginia-based home cleaning company continues its rapid franchise growth. Home Clean Heroes is now operating in 14 territories across six states and was named a top “New & Emerging Franchise” by Entrepreneur magazine in 2022.
HCH franchisee donations paid for several financial grants and scholarships for children of first responders lost or injured in the line of duty in the areas HCH serves — more than $18,000 worth — and the company is committed to increasing its investment as new franchises open while existing locations continue to grow. The brand is also excited to be able to offer complimentary cleanings to bereavement grant recipients in 2023.
“First Responders Children’s Foundation is thrilled to grow its partnership with Home Clean Heroes, the only house cleaning franchise in America that donates a portion of every cleaning fee to local first responder families in need,” said FRCF President and CEO Jillian Crane. “This partnership makes enormous sense for both parties which share a deep-seated appreciation for the men and women who put everything on the line for us each and every day. FRCF, which was founded in the wake of 911, provides financial assistance, scholarships, mental health services, and community engagement programs to the families of first responders across the nation, and generous donations from Home Clean Heroes will allow us to expand our reach even further.”
“This partnership has brought an important dynamic and dimension to Home Clean Heroes — a truly mission-based differentiator that wins the hearts and minds of customers and our franchisees,” said Joe Delatte, Home Clean Heroes President. “It has allowed a way for our franchisees to give back to their communities.”