When Cornerstone School announced plans for a fundraiser CrestClean’s Aznayne Ali and Angeline Sahayam didn’t have to think twice about offering to help out. Angeline says they like nothing better than being involved in the school community – but their commitment often goes far beyond just looking after the cleaning. On the day of the
CrestClean couple Dominik Drahoninsky and Barbora Opavova, who saved the life of a baby bird that was stuck in a drain, have been officially thanked by company boss Grant McLauchlan. A heart-warming video of the rescue at Hobsonville Point Secondary School captivated viewers throughout the country when it was featured on TV3 programme The Project.
It was a landmark day for the Novilla family when they became New Zealand Citizens at a special ceremony in Invercargill. CrestClean business owner Cons Novilla, who is originally from the Phillipines, says it was an occasion that he and his wife Christine will long remember. “It was a big achievement for us and a
An Auckland CrestClean franchisee was the hero of the day after rescuing a trapped baby bird that was stuck down a drain. The wildlife rescue story reached TV screens nationwide on Friday when it was featured on TV Three show The Project’s good news sector. The drama unfolded when Dominik’s partner Barbora Opavova was taking
CrestClean’s Hamilton regional manager has been thanked for providing a team to spruce up three houses that accommodate victims of domestic violence. Nivitesh Kumar says he didn’t need to think twice when asked if he could assist with a “spring clean” at the Waikato Women’s Refuge. “We wanted to do what we could to support
A CrestClean sponsored soccer team has not only won a prestigious tournament, its players picked up the award for being the best turned out team. The Western Flyers reigned supreme at the inter district championships, staged by the Christchurch Fiji Football and Social Association. The team’s manager, Kumaran Nair, says CrestClean’s support in supplying the
When CrestClean’s Praneel Prasad heard that teachers and students at the school he looks after were planning to visit his homeland, he jumped at the chance to get involved. Although he couldn’t be there himself, Praneel arranged for the party from Hamilton Christian School to be met at the airport when they arrived in Fiji.
CrestClean’s South Auckland Regional Manager Viky Narayan has donated two prizes for a church fundraiser that aims to generate cash to assist with the running costs of its community programmes. The Family Lifecare Centre at Manukau City Baptist Church will be putting on a special night called ‘It’s in the Bag’. People attending the
It wasn’t just friends and relatives who celebrated with Payal Venakr and Sam Nand on their big day. Their CrestClean ‘’family’’ was also on hand to wish the happy couple well when they tied the knot in Christchurch. Payal and Sam, who bought a CrestClean business six months ago, were delighted that fellow franchise
A rallying call encouraging CrestClean’s Nelson personnel to help out in their local community struck a chord with Trish Richards. Trish, who has undertaken volunteer work for charitable organisations before, dropped in on Loaves and Fishes, a community meals project in central Nelson. “I enjoy helping out where there’s a need and this is
Hundreds of schools around New Zealand are getting an early heads up from CrestClean that Maori Language week kicks off on Monday. Primary schools in each of the regions that CrestClean operates in have been sent packs of our popular schools posters in te reo Maori. The colourful posters, which provide a friendly and fun
A CrestClean sponsored rugby team shone on the day as they rose to the challenge by winning a major tournament. The Metro Blue rugby team is coached by CrestClean’s Dunedin Regional Manager Tony Kramers, with his wife Nicky overseeing the management tasks. The young players won by 15-12 in final game after a stellar