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6319 E Mill Plain Blvd Vancouver, WA 98661

Exceptional Cleaning's Annual food drive

Every December (for the entire month) since 2007 Exceptional Cleaning accepts donations for the Share Homestead in Vancouver, WA. Share’s mission is to lead the hungry and homeless to self-sufficiency by providing food, shelter, housing, education and compassion through the strength of our community. The Share Homestead provides-12 rooms total: 11 family rooms; 1 room for 4 single women for a 30-60 day stay while these families get back on their feet. We are proud to help support Share in all they do.  Our clients are the best!!


  • The AAST Foundation initially was organized to raise funds to provide scholarships for the dependents of AAST trooper members. Since it was established, the Foundation has awarded over $2,4 million to 3,299 students to support their educational endeavors.
  • In accordance with the exclusively charitable mission of the Foundation, the board of directors is looking to the future and planning to expand programs to include funds for emergency relief, stipends for troopers to continue their education, supporting retired K-9 troopers being cared for by troopers, and partnering with public safety organizations to promote change in critical needs areas such as distracted driving. These additional areas cannot be funded until donations increase.

  The Military order of the purple heart service foundation, Inc.

  • To raise funds for service, welfare, and rehabilitation work in connection with the members of the Military Order of the Purple Heart of the U.S.A. (a congressionally chartered veterans organization), those who are eligible for membership therein, or any wounded, disabled and/or handicapped veteran, his widow, orphan or survivors.
  • For the support and maintenance of liaison services in any or all offices of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, soldier's homes or other administration of veteran's affairs wherever and whenever deemed necessary.
  • For the support and maintenance of legislative service to advise and confer with the executive offices or bureaus and departments of the United States Government and Congressional committees or their members on any matters of interest and importance to disabled ex servicemen and women and particularly such matters as may properly be the subject of legislation.

Washington State Fraternal Order of Police Memorial foundation

  • The Washington State Fraternal Order of Police Memorial Foundation is dedicated to the aid of any law enforcement member, agency or family to assist during and after the exposure of a Critical Incident, so that they can return to their former level of function as soon as possible after traumatic event.
    Further, we promote goodwill and well being among law enforcement personnel and their family by providing pre incident training and education as a means of preparing for the trauma of being involved in those incidents.
    We will provide assistance to the family and agency that experiences the loss of an officer in the line of duty by having trained members that will assist in a host of duties not limited to funeral arrangement, notifications and coordination with the agency and family. We will cooperate and network with victim's assistance programs such as Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS) that are advocating support for law enforcement officers and their families.

In The Community

"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." - Winston Churchill

Exceptional Cleaning is proud to give back to our community. Our focus is to improve standards for where our employees and customers live and work. We contribute to the well-being of these communities through charitable giving, volunteerism and civic leadership. Below is a list of charities and foundations that we are very proud to sponsor. For more information on a specific charity or foundation click the links below.


American veterans national service foundation

  • Our National Service Officers help "cut the red tape" when a veteran, or a veteran's dependent is attempting to obtain compensation and benefits from the Veterans' Administration. This service is at no charge to our veterans.
  • Our thrift stores offer the general public household goods and clothing at discounted prices. The proceeds from our store sales allow us to provide programs that benefit our veterans.
  • We offer a number of scholarships to eligible veterans and their dependents on an annual basis to enable them to get an education.
  • Through our Americanism program, we work in conjunction with AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary and the Freedoms Foundation to educate our youth on America's history to instill national pride and patriotism.
  • Our memorial carillon bells are located in many National and State veterans' cemeteries across the nation, as well as overseas. They toll to remind us of the sacrifices made by our troops to preserve our freedom.
  • Our VAVS volunteers work tirelessly at VA health care facilities to serve hospitalized and disabled veterans and their families with compassion.
  • Task Force DVD provides safe entertainment for our troops stationed overseas.