Giving back to the community is part of our culture

By: christineh Friday October 16, 2015 comments Tags: butterfly pavilion, giving back

butterfly pavilion giving back champion carpet

It's not every day that you associate a carpet cleaning company that loves giving back to the community, but at Champion it is part of who we are. Right now we are excited to announce that we are taking nominations for our annual Project Santa Giveback.

Every year, we choose 5 families to sponsor in the local Denver area. We provide a dinner, gifts and one of our services: Carpet CleaningTile CleaningAir Duct Cleaning or Upholstery Cleaning.

We are currently looking for a family in Adams County or Jefferson County who could benefit from receiving this gift. All nominations will be added to a lottery and a minimum of 5 families will be chosen.

What are some other community give backs have we helped with?


At Champion Carpet, we volunteer for one event every month. Most recently, we helped with a woman's car care clinic. The team got together and joined other volunteers there to help women, mostly single moms, with their car care needs. They received free oil changes, auto repairs, inspections of their vehicles to ensure safety, new tires and more. Over 94 vehicles came through the clinic and the Champion team cleaned the upholstery in 74 of them.

I am very proud of my team because they volunteer freely of their time and talents to help people.

Butterfly Pavilion is a beautiful space in Westminster, CO that is home to over a thousand butterflies in a 7000 square foot "rainforest" structure. They offer many programs for restoration and habitat conservation. Champion carpet is proud to support the Butterfly Pavilion in their community outreach and green awareness projects.

We also clean the space quarterly, including all their office and lobby furniture, cubicle walls, carpet, and entry ways complete with tile and grout. We have to be extremely careful in this space and only use products and processes that are environmentally safe to not disturb the ecosystem of the Pavilion and the creatures that need to thrive there.

We are always interested in additional community events within the Adams and Jefferson Counties that we can offer our talent, time and service to. If you have suggestions, please let us know.
christineh

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