CHAD receives charitable donation from Ecolab Foundation in Naperville, IL

News release (Thursday, January 22, 2015)

Wheaton, IL – Community Housing Advocacy & Development (CHAD) is pleased to announce that is has received a community grant of $2,000 from the Ecolab Foundation. The funds will be directed towards the maintenance and upkeep of several CHAD-owned affordable housing properties near the headquarters of Ecolab’s Nalco water and services process business in the city of Naperville. For every dollar donated to this project by Ecolab, CHAD will match dollar for dollar, as part of a collaborative partnership.

“We are thankful to Ecolab for their donation. Ecolab and CHAD share similar philosophies towards the delivery of their services. As much as Ecolab is committed to delivering innovative, sustainable solutions to help customers achieve cleaner, safer and healthier energy solutions in a cost-effective manner, CHAD is equally invested in providing cleaner, safer and healthier affordable housing for its clients in a cost effective manner” said Brian Worth, Executive Director. To that end, CHAD is excited to partner with Ecolab to keep our properties in excellent condition and to make an investment, as stakeholders, in the community of Naperville.”

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