Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning Donates Over $70,000 to Water.org Over Three-Year Partnership
October 26, 2018 // Franchising.com // LAKEWOOD, Colo. - This month marks the 3-year partnership between Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning and Water.org. Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning, one of the nation’s fastest-growing and greenest carpet cleaning franchises, has supported Water.org’s efforts to end the global water crisis. Over the past three years, Oxi Fresh has donated over $70,000 to the cause.
Since announcing its support of Water.org in October 2015, Oxi Fresh customers have been encouraged to book their carpet cleanings online, with a portion of each job being donated to Water.org. Thus far, 54,792 jobs have been booked online and have contributed to the donation efforts. The proceeds go towards Water.org’s mission to help the 844 million people worldwide who do not have access to safe water and sanitation. According to Water.org’s website, $60 helps provide safe water to one family (4.75 people). With the total amount Oxi Fresh has donated, the carpet cleaning franchise has helped provide safe water for 1,167 families so far.
“Having clean accessible water is a resource that many take for granted,” said Oxi Fresh founder and CEO Jonathan Barnett. “We have an opportunity to improving the lives of the billions of people we share a planet with. We couldn’t be prouder of our contribution to providing basic human necessities and enabling a life of health and dignity to the world’s most vulnerable.”
The importance of water is nothing new to Oxi Fresh. In fact, water conservation has been one of the carpet cleaning company’s highest priorities since its inception in 2006. Oxi Fresh uses a low-moisture cleaning method that requires only 5 percent of the water used by other carpet cleaners.
“We at Oxi Fresh have always been committed to water conservation. For every home cleaned, our carpet cleaning franchises only uses 2 gallons of water while other systems use up 40-60 gallons. That’s about 95 percent more water saved compared to other cleaners – a perfect example of water conservation in action,” added Barnett.
“It’s shocking to me that more people have a mobile phone than a toilet. 844 million people lack access to safe water. Yet, water is crucial to life - we would not exist without it, we cannot survive without it and we cannot hope to thrive without safe, clean access to it,” Barnett said. “In only three years we have been able to help 1,167 families and have no plans of stopping.”
To learn more about the work that Water.org is doing to break down barriers between people and access to safe water and sanitation, visit water.org. To schedule a carpet cleaning online and help the cause, visit https://www.oxifresh.com/.
About Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning®
Through innovative products and modern technology, Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning offers green cleanings and incredible results through a unique, low-moisture process. Oxi Fresh has been ranked in Entrepreneur magazine's Franchise 500, featured in Inc. magazine's Inc. 500|5000, and been recognized as one of “America’s Best Franchises to Buy,” by Forbes magazine. Oxi Fresh has more than 300 carpet cleaning franchises throughout the US and Canada with more locations currently in development. For more information, visit: https://www.oxifresh.com/
Water.org is an international nonprofit organization that has positively transformed more than five million lives around the world through access to safe water and sanitation. Founded by Gary White and Matt Damon, Water.org has been pioneering market-driven financial solutions to the global water crisis for 25 years - giving women hope, children health and communities a future. Learn more at http://water.org and www.facebook.com/water or join us at www.twitter.com/water.
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