The residential cleaning company is working to positively impact Houston with their new mission-based Heroes First initiative and mother of four Eden Rule is receiving a free cleaning.
Since the day residential cleaning brand Home Clean Heroes opened its doors, the company has been on a mission to help others in their local communities. Through the brand’s national initiative Heroes First, in partnership with the First Responders Children’s Foundation, a national philanthropic organization with a 20-year legacy, their mission is to support the children and families of First Responder heroes who risk their lives every day in service to their communities. This month in Houston, Eden Rule is receiving a free cleaning through the Heroes First initiative.
Eden Rule and her husband Caleb were high school sweethearts who went on to become a teacher, a police officer and parents to four children in their hometown in Texas. In 2020, Caleb was killed in a friendly fire incident while investigating a report of suspicious activity at an abandoned house. The same year, Eden suffered life-altering injuries in a serious car crash.
“It’s families like the Rules who inspire us to continue on our mission,” said First Responders Children’s Foundation’s President Jillian Crane. “We are so grateful to Home Clean Heroes for their generous offer to donate a valuable service to this wonderful family in a time of need. Joining together to support first responders and their families in local communities means that we can make an even greater impact than we could on our own.”
On a national level, Heroes First will allow Home Clean Heroes and the First Responders Children’s Foundation to collect contributions that will be donated to the families of first responders in an effort to alleviate the pain of financial hardships for those who have suffered tragic circumstances or death in the line of duty.
“We couldn’t be more excited to bring this partnership to life in Houston,” said Home Clean Heroes of West Houston franchisee Kristin Humphrey. “First responders and their families give their all to protect us and keep our communities safe. It’s the least we can do to give back to them when they need it most.”