According to the story, K-tech says they "absolutely would not exclude assisting a man under the same [Cleaning for a Reason] guidelines offered to women."
K-tech, which has a long history of giving back to the community — both publically and silently — founded the nonprofit organization K-tech Charities in 2006 after learning that some basic needs of local families were not being met, the story noted.
Craig Kersemeier, president of K-tech Kleening Systems and K-tech Charities, says daily operations are guided by the company''s mission statement: "To make a positive difference in the lives of those who may need a helping hand from time to time, by dedicating ourselves to an attitude of gratitude and generosity in order to improve the health and well-being of communities we service."
Aside from Cleaning for a Reason, K-tech is involved with the American Red Cross
and sponsors numerous functions, including dinners to raise money, charitable golf tournaments and clothing drives, the story added.