Disinfectant Manufacturer Donates Product To Ronald McDonald House
Wexford Labs, a small, independently owned manufacturer and distributor of US. Environmental Protection Agency-registered disinfecting solutions, announced it is donating cleaning and disinfectant supplies to Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Chapters nationwide.
Wexford Labs’ approach to disinfectants emphasizes safety, quality and biodegradable ingredients over harsh chemicals. Over 2 million ready-to-use CleanCide disinfecting wipes and over 600 gallons of ready-to-use spray have been distributed to RMHC Chapters to help provide a level of confidence and comfort to families during their stay.
“Wexford Labs’ donations provide families with peace of mind while staying in their ‘home away from home’ during a challenging time,” said Jeff Singer, CEO of Wexford Labs, in a press release. “Disinfecting wipes and solutions have been in high demand over the past nine months, and with this donation, we can help ensure that RMHC Chapters have access to critical cleaning and disinfectant supplies, allowing them to focus on caring for families with ill or injured children.”
“We feel a deep sense of responsibility to serve the community and families in need,” said Cat Kickham, director of product development at Wexford Labs. “For decades, we’ve provided non-toxic cleaning solutions to the hospitals where many of these children are treated. But we realize now is the time to do more, especially with the extra precautions needed to combat COVID-19 in our homes, schools, and workplaces. We are proud to support RMHC Chapters across the US to help keep families together and near the medical care their child needs.”