The Denver Business Journal included APEX in an Aug. 17, 2020, article highlighting notable charitable actions happening in the Denver region:
Texas-based Apex Surface Care, which has an office in Arvada, is providing free cleaning and disinfecting services to Colorado charities, women’s shelters, family crisis centers, homeless shelters and food banks. The company lists Denver Boys and Girls Club as among its first pro-bono clients. Apex Surface Care uses a process called electrostatic disinfection that creates positively charged particles of a disinfecting solution through atomization. The program extends out to Texas and California, and charities can request the service by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
APEX launched the Community Giveback Program after one of its largest customers—a Fortune 50 company based in Northern California—committed to paying the company for its contracted building maintenance services even though its offices were closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The company decided to pay this generous act forward by offering services to high-risk, underserved populations.
To date, APEX has provided complimentary cleaning services to the following nonprofit organizations:
- East Bay Agency for Children (Calif.)
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver (Colo.)
- St. Vincent de Paul of Alameda County (Calif.)
- Tenderloin Community Benefit District (Calif.)
- Gatehouse Grapevine (Texas)
- Edgewood Center for Children and Families (Calif.)
- Project Youth OCBF (Calif.)
Other companies and organizations featured in the article include Amazon, Caring for Denver Foundation, Kaiser Permanente, the Janus Henderson Foundation and Food for Thought Denver. Read the full article on the Denver Business Journal website.