Commercial Cleaning Service…A Different Kind of Clean

Aspire Cleaning Service is Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas’ new social enterprise — a one-stop shop for all of your commercial cleaning needs! We create jobs for refugees new to Kansas City who are eager to become a part of our community and have an incredible work ethic.

What is a social enterprise? How does it differ from a corporate cleaning company?

Social enterprises tackle social problems, improve communities, people’s life chances, or the environment. They make their money from selling goods or services in the open market, but they reinvest their profits back into the business or the local community. And so when they profit, society profits. In our case, all profits made from Aspire will go back into Catholic Charities programming to serve our neighbors in need!

We are a different kind of clean!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Yes, Aspire is bonded and insured by Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas, a large non-profit organization serving the 21 counties of northeast Kansas since 1956.
No, Aspire does not offer a residential or home cleaning service at this time.
Beyond standard office cleaning service, Aspire provides deep cleaning, floor technician work — stripping and waxing of floors, buffing floors, and top scrubbing floors.
The number of Aspire employees assigned to a location depends on the size of your building. Usually Aspire assigns from one to three people on a cleaning crew to a location.
The Aspire Cleaning Service program manager will provide a quote once she has walked through the building and determines the square footage of the offices.
Yes, Aspire employees are permanent U.S. residents once they arrive in the United States.

Check out these links if wanting to know more about refugee residency.

Testimonials

“We have been using Aspire’s Cleaning Services for several months now and are truly satisfied with their Professional Work Ethic!

The Aspire team has been a prompt, thorough, and reliable cleaning service. Not only is the Staff friendly, but the management is extremely effective in their communication with our business needs and can adapt well to any change in our weekly work schedules.

I would highly recommend Aspire Cleaning for your business needs!”

Katrina S., Cross-Midwest Tire Co.
Our experience with Aspire Cleaning Service has been very positive. Cleanliness in our food pantry is of utmost importance and Aspire has been instrumental in providing quality services!
Dustin H., Hope Distribution Center

SERVICES AND CONTACT INFORMATION

Aspire offers these services:

  • Commercial Cleaning
  • Floor Cleaning
  • Special Projects

Aspire Office Address:
2220 Central Avenue
Kansas City, KS 66102

Phone:
913.906.8999

Email:
aspire@catholiccharitiesks.org

ASPIRE CLEANING SERVICE INFO SHEET

This information sheet in Adobe PDF format provides details about services offered by Aspire Cleaning Service business that you can download.

DOWNLOAD INFO SHEET (PDF)

Aspire Cleaning Service Team

Hadi
HadiCleaning Crew Supervisor
Hadi is Aspire’s Lead Cleaner! He brings over twenty years of cleaning experience. He was a cleaning supervisor in Iraq for a U.S. military hospital and worked as an interpreter for the military as well. Hadi and his wife sought refuge in Kansas last year as part of the U.S. refugee resettlement program. He takes pride in his work and is grateful for the opportunity with Aspire.
Eric
EricCleaning Crew Member
Eric resettled to Kansas last July from the Republic of Congo. Eric and his wife fled their country with four children after living in a refugee camp in Tanzania for several years before being resettled to the United States. Prior to coming to Kansas City, they lived in Wichita, Kansas where Eric worked in a meat processing plant. They moved to Kansas City for a better opportunity. He is happy to work in a safe and clean environment!
Mitima
MitimaCleaning Crew Member
Mitima resettled to Kansas in May 2016 from the Republic of Congo. He was an elementary school teacher in the Congo and in the Kenyan refugee camps. Mitima and his wife fled to Kenya with their four children and stayed in the camp for eight years before being accepted into the United States. Mitima hopes to be a teacher again someday but enjoys the company of his cleaning crew and appreciates the opportunity.