Two Maids of Greenville Supporting Cancer Patients One Home at a Time

Greenville, SC – Two Maids of Greenville has partnered with Cleaning for a Reason, a non-profit organization that provides free house cleaning services to cancer patients. In 2020, owner David Angers lost his wife to pancreatic cancer, an experience that gave him and his two daughters a firsthand understanding of the profound impact of cancer on families. Thus, when Angers assumed control of Two Maids of Greenville in 2023, he was pleased to discover that the Two Maids brand was in alignment with Cleaning for a Reason—an organization dedicated to supporting families affected by cancer.

“Cancer doesn't solely affect the patient; its reach extends to the entire family,” shared Angers. “In partnership with Cleaning for a Reason, our mission is to provide free cleaning services to these families easing their burden and enabling them to devote more time to what truly matters during this challenging period. We're appreciative of the opportunity to contribute, even in a small way.”

Through partnership with Cleaning for a Reason, Two Maids of Greenville will assist cancer patients by cleaning two homes per month for two consecutive months free of charge. This is an ongoing service to cancer patients residing in Greenville County and most of Pickens and Anderson Counties.

Shared cancer patient Kathy Sutton, “Thank you again to Two Maids of Greenville for being a part of Cleaning for a Reason. As a cancer patient, I can’t say enough as to how helpful this service was to me. I’m very happy with the cleaning company. The service was excellent. The cleaning ladies were very thorough and worked diligently.”

About Two Maids of Greenville
Founded in 2016, Two Maids of Greenville operates as a locally owned national franchise specializing in residential cleaning, catering to a diverse clientele of over 12,000 in the Upstate area. In January 2023, Marine Corps veteran David Angers took the helm of the Greenville location, introducing new policies to enhance client experiences and foster a positive work environment for professional house cleaners. The company’s core values encompass a strong commitment to community involvement, evidenced by financial support extended to local schools and charities in the greater Greenville area. Adding to their dedication, Two Maids of Greenville has become part of ISSA Residential, the trade association focused on elevating professionalism in the residential cleaning industry.

Two Maids differentiates itself as a fusion of customer service and technology, coinciding with its house cleaning services. Leveraging advanced technology, the franchise ensures seamless customer experiences with transparent pricing and online appointment scheduling. Its unique pay-for-performance model ties employee compensation to customer feedback, motivating technicians to achieve perfect 10 out of 10 ratings, boosting both customer satisfaction and earnings. This mechanism also informs local franchises for targeted training.

Two Maids’ excellence has drawn recognition from reputable sources including CNN Money, Yahoo News, INC, Entrepreneur, and Better Homes and Gardens. It has garnered awards such as the National Maid Service of the Year and the title of Fastest Growing Cleaning Company in America. For more information about this company, go to

About Cleaning for a Reason
Cleaning for a Reason partners with more than 1,200 residential cleaners throughout the United States and Canada to offer free house cleaning to any household battling cancer. Since 2006, the nonprofit and its partners have donated more than $16 million in services, helping more than 50,000 cancer patients. In 2017, Cleaning for a Reason was adopted by ISSA Charities, the charitable arm of ISSA, The Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association. To apply for services, to join as a cleaning partner, or to support the work of Cleaning for a Reason, visit

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