FORCE-CLEANING

Friends of Refugees Cleaning Enterprise (FORCE) and Property Maintenance creates training and employment opportunities for people from a vulnerable and disadvantaged background who are struggling to maintain work in a competitive labour market due to barriers such as their cultural background, no local references, no education pathway or no access to employment services, etc.

With the help of an experienced team of supervisory staff FORCE gives our trainees a safe environment to build their skills and confidence. At the same time, FORCE is also able to provide a professional, high quality cleaning and property maintenance service for our clients. Some of the elements of ensuring high quality include: weekly supervisor inspections, on-the-job training for each worksite, the payment of full award wages, and providing a flexible and supportive workplace.

FORCE provides client organisations with contract cleaning of domestic and commercial premises at competitive rates. This includes all types of internal cleaning, and covers both routine cleaning and deep/intensive cleaning of houses/units and offices, gardening, window cleaning, gutter cleaning, rubbish removals, painting, minor repairs and general maintenance for commercial and domestic customers

Learn how you can hire FORCE for your business or home today.

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  • Help us to create training and employment opportunities in Melbourne's South East.

    When you choose to use FORCE Cleaning, you give unemployed people from a vulnerable and disadvantaged background an opportunity with sustainable employment, which helps rebuild their lives. With the opportunity provided by you, they gain practical work experience and access to a variety of further supported career pathways, either employment through FOR’s social enterprises or further study.