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Helping Others Leads to an Award for a Seattle Area Maid Service Helping Others Leads to an Award for a Seattle Area Maid Service
Hexagon Blue continues their mission to spread positive news and reward compassionate companies with their first "doing positive T""' company award going to a Seattle area cleaning service that helps single mothers and cancer victims.
(PRWEB) March 3 2004--Elaine's American Maid provides more than cleaning services for most of its customers. Since 1973, Elaine Gordon Evans has hired, coached and trained literally thousands of single mothers and struggling women allowing them a chance at pursuing the American dream despite their difficult circumstances. "Work hard and do a great job. You can earn a good living and be home when your children get home from school." Many of the cleaners have gone on to start other successful businesses.
In addition to employing women in need of a supportive environment, good training and steady income, Elaine's American Maid is a vehicle to support victims of breast cancer, offering free cleaning services to women undergoing and recovering from cancer treatment and to husbands of cancer victims. Customers of Elaine's American Maid can donate cleaning services to support cancer victims and Elaine Gordon Evans donates personal funds and runs fundraising efforts with phenomenal enthusiasm. That is the norm for Elaine Gordon Evans.
"This award is meaningful because it recognizes the value of helping other people, especially women," commented Ms. Gordon Evans. "I hope others are inspired to help people." Elaine's American Maid has received Hexagon • Blue's "doing positive TM" award for working to improve the quality of life for many women and men through thoughtful service to others
Gordon Evans' personal story is a tale of great strength and persistence. She started life in an underprivileged position, growing up in a New York housing project. She learned at an early age that she needed to make her own success through hard work and determination. Previously Elaine Gordon, she married Hydroplane driver, Mark Evans and the two quickly merged their vision of helping people. They formed a foundation to help cancer victims and are currently working on fundraising.
"The doing positive TM award is meant to raise the public's awareness of positive people, products and companies. When given a choice, people choose to support worthwhile and positive companies and products," Jesse explained. "We want to encourage companies and individuals to keep up the good work and to inspire others to behave in a similar manner."
The "doing positive TM" award was developed to reward individuals, companies and products for positive contributions to the community. The award serves to raise the public's awareness of socially responsible individuals, companies and products.
Nominations for the "doing positive TM" award can be submitted by visiting the Hexagon Blue website: http://www.hexagonblue.com.
About Hexagon Blue
Hexagon Blue is an independent publisher in Sammamish, WA, committed to improving the quality of life through positive publications, community services and charitable contributions. Hexagon Blue is the publisher of the Abbey & Friends TM children's book series dedicated to positive behavior examples and Real World Guide TM self-help books. http://www.hexagonblue.com