FreshSpace Cleaning Service Donates to Alex’s Lemonade Stand for Childhood Cancer

United States (March 14, 2024)—FreshSpace Cleaning Service announced its donation to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Cancer Foundation as part of its “Share the Love” initiative for Valentine’s Day.

The professional home cleaning company has donated $10 of every booking made in February using the code “SHARETHELOVE” directly to support the non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure for childhood cancer and providing financial aid to the families of children with the disease. 

“At FreshSpace Cleaning, we believe that kindness has a ripple effect. We strive to find ways to give back to the local communities that we serve in every way we can, no matter how small, in hopes that it will also inspire others, like our customers or colleagues in the industry, to follow suit,” shares Will Cotter, one of the company owners. 

According to Cotter, the “Share the Love” initiative will become an annual program by FreshSpace Cleaning Service, where they will donate a portion of their profits to a local charity. 

About FreshSpace Cleaning Service

FreshSpace Cleaning Service is a reputable residential cleaning service that serves major US locations, including Detroit, Columbus, Jacksonville, Cincinnati, San Francisco, Cleveland, Memphis, Little Rock, Springfield, and Topeka. They offer a variety of professional home cleaning services that are a perfect fit for busy homeowners who appreciate a spotless home minus the stress of chores. FreshSpace can do regular cleaning, standard cleaning, one-time cleaning, deep cleaning, and move-in/move-out cleaning services.

About Alex’s Lemonade Stand Childhood Cancer Foundation

Alex’s Lemonade Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure for childhood cancer. The foundation was inspired Alexandra “Alex” Scott, who was diagnosed with neuroblastoma before she turned one year old. She held her first childhood cancer fundraiser at the age of four by setting up a lemonade stand in her front yard. This step paved the way for many more, raising $1 million by the time of her death in 2004 at age eight. Since its inception, the foundation has raised over $200 million for childhood cancer research. To learn more about Alex’s Lemonade Cancer Foundation, please visit their website at


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