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Helping our Heroes

HAYS Gives Vets Free Housecleaning

Helping our HeroesHAYS Cleaning is offering the Helping Our Heroes promotion to serve those who have served us.

Until November 30, 2015, HAYS Cleaning will gift 3 free hours of residential cleaning to local veterans, active military, spouses, and their parents.

Call 708-598-3819 or email mary@hayscleaning.com to schedule your appointment for services.
















Read more about HAYS Cleaning here: http://www.hayscleaning.com/2015/10/free-housecleaning-for-veterans-day/

HAYS honors Veterans

HAYS Cleaning will provide a complimentary 3-hour residential housecleaning for Veterans of the United States Military, spouses of active servicemen and parents of veterans or servicemen.

To take advantage of this offer, please contact HAYS Cleaning by calling 708-598-3819 or emailing mary@hayscleaning.com by November 30, 2014, to schedule your appointment for services within 30 days.

Free cleaning for VeteransVeteran or current Military Identification must be provided to receive the complimentary cleaning. Limit one complimentary cleaning per household. Offer valid for new and existing residential customers. (Service to locations outside of our normal service area may be required to purchase additional service hours.)





See more at: http://www.hayscleaning.com/2014/10/free-cleaning-for-veterans-military/

Homes 4 Heroes

Kudos to Homes 4 Heroes, an organization that helps rebuild homes for our veterans. 

There is a wonderful article about this organization into the Tinley Park Patch here http://tinleypark.patch.com/articles/local-group-moved-to-rebuild-homes4heroes.

The mission of the Homes 4 Heroes:

Our wounded warriors returning to their homes are faced with a variety of accessibility problems. Homes 4 Heroes, a charitable organization, donates a wide range of services at no charge to allow our heroes to properly access and use their homes. We are a group of citizens who saw an unacceptable situation and needed to act. We saw our wounded soldiers rescued and wonderfully nursed back from their injuries only to be sent home to houses that were never meant to accommodate their disabilities. 

We think they deserve more. Hopefully you will find a way to join us in helping these heroes.

Visit their site at http://www.homes4heroes.us/