'Cleaning for a Reason' helps women with cancer
By Anna Goodwin McCarthy
Saturday, September 2, 2017
Danah Sutton wants to help women diagnosed with cancer.
Sutton, owner of Busy Living Cleaning, LLC, partnered with the nonprofit organization, Cleaning for a Reason, to provide free home cleaning services for women with cancer.
“It brings tremendous joy when you can help someone,” said Sutton.
Sutton said women who participate in the program will receive one house cleaning service per month for up to four months.
Sutton visited the Cleaning for a Reason organization in Texas, and found the program to be “amazing.”
“It is completely free for the patient,” said Sutton.
Sutton said people interested in the service should visit http://cleaningforareason.org/.
“We develop a great connection with clients,” said Sutton who has partnered with the program for the last two years.
Sutton opened Busy Living Cleaning seven years ago, and her office is located on Camden Causeway.
Sutton currently employs 12 people, and she said the business continues to grow each year.
Residential and commercial cleaning services are available to clients within a “45-minute radius from Camden.”
“We serviced thousands of clients in our area,” said Sutton.
Originally from Pittsboro, N.C., Sutton said she spent half of her life in Virginia before moving to Camden. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Josh, and their children, Farah and Cori.
Sutton said her husband and daughter are both in the U.S. Navy.
Josh is currently deployed in Africa.
“We are very proud of him,” said Sutton.
Sutton said in November she works with her clients to donate food to the Food Bank of the Albemarle.
“Whatever we collect, the business matches in pounds,” said Sutton.
Previously they collected 600 pounds, according to Sutton.
This month Sutton said Busy Living Cleaning donated 160 school supply teacher gift bags to teachers.
For more information about Busy Living Cleaning, visit http://www.busylivingcleaning.com/ or the business’s Facebook page.
“Delivering happiness is definitely our motto,” said Sutton.