Our worker co-operative is owned and operated by members. Founded by empowered Black women, we provide professional cleaning services and prioritize community progress through employment and ownership opportunities.
Funny how life works! In the spring of 2019, our current VP happened to stumble upon an upcoming event to be hosted by the Women’s Multicultural Resource and Counselling Centre (WMRCC) in Durham, an organization which had received funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to establish Worker Co-operatives, where women could become empowered as entrepreneurs by creating employment while working together. Knowing there were many women who belonged to a newly formed Non-profit organization, Balanced Living and Community Keepers Society (BLACKS), it was easy to forge a connection. With only a printed invitation, over twenty-five, very enthusiastic women attended the meeting which soon resulted in the formation of four, unique Worker co-operatives, including the CO-OPERATIVE CLEANERS OF ONTARIO. (CCOO)
The activities of the co-operative are governed by our core values of healthy communities, equality, social responsibility and vibrant economies.
We serve our clients as if we were serving ourselves. We value their feedback and we use it to improve our work.
We carefully choose the best and most natural cleaning products that give amazing results.
We make ourselves known in the community; we create long term relations, while constantly expanding. Therefore, we are always bringing in more people to work for us.
The experts at The Cleaning Company are committed to providing thorough house cleaning services for our customers nationwide.
If you are not happy with any area we’ve cleaned, simply call within 24 hours and we will come back out and reclean it free of charge. This makes hiring Cleaning Company virtually risk free. Our maids are thoroughly screened through our rigorous recruitment process, and every one of them goes through our Maid University training process.Get a Free Estimate
CCOO operates within the seven co-operative principles: