It’s All About Research  

Best Cleaners Partners with the Lupus Foundation of MN…

Lupus is a chronic (persisting over a long period of time), inflammatory disease in which the body’s immune system fails to serve its normal protective functions and instead forms antibodies (substances produced by the body to fight bacteria and other foreign substances) that attack healthy tissues and organs.

For three years, Best Cleaners has been working with the Lupus Foundation of MN to bring attention to the chronic autoimmune disease, lupus. Because of their personal connection with lupus by both family members and employees; this local family owned business wants to help raise community awareness of the disease and help the Foundation raise funds for lupus research at the University of Minnesota.

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Annual Toys for Tots Collection 

Best Cleaners Agrees – Action Today Builds Tommorrows Leaders

For Americans in every walk of life, Best Cleaners joins the Toys for Tots Team to become a part of the U.S. Marine Corps’ premier community action program and one of the nation’s flagship Christmas charitable causes. Our challenge: be a participator, not a spectator. We believe in doing our part to assist in the development of today’s children so that they will grow into responsible, productive, patriotic citizens and community leaders tomorrow.

Join Us. You will be helping children, your community and your nation. Your action today will help produce leaders for tomorrow. Help us “make a difference”.

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MCA BLANKET DRIVE 

We collect blankets – September through October to help the homeless…

As a chill begins to enter Minnesota evenings, many less-fortunate people need the shelter of a warm blanket. Thankfully, the Minnesota Cleaners Association makes it easy to make a big difference. The association invites you to bring donations of blankets to participating drycleaning businesses. The professionals there will clean the blankets at no charge and deliver them to Sharing and Caring Hands in Minneapolis, an assistance center for inner-city poor that serves 20,000 clients each month.
Participating dry cleaners across the state will provide this service through October.

“As people begin to prepare for colder months, we ask them to consider donating a blanket or two,” said Association Executive Director Amber Bullock. “It’s a simple way to offer the gift of warmth to a person in need.”