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Introducing The What Comes Next Project

We’re ready to show how clean can help transform the world. Join us.

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Cutter Huston with The Laundry Project

Young Changemaker Series

Cutter began volunteering with The Laundry Project as a high school freshman in Tampa, Florida. Volunteering at The Laundry Project events exposed him to a world he hadn’t known previously, but one he knew he wanted to be a part of. Cutter saw first-hand how each load of laundry washed enhanced the well-being, self-esteem and quality of life for those in the community. After moving to Charlottesville, Virginia, he started a new branch of The Laundry Project which has washed over $3,000 worth of laundry to date. He hopes to see the continued success and permanent establishment of his branch, even after he moves away for college.

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Dakevineon Wardlaw with Community Cleaning Services

Young Changemaker Series

Dakevineon grew up knowing that a clean home can set the tone of your day; a clean space just makes you feel better. When he moved to Durham for college and realized that many of his community members were having a difficult time cleaning their homes and keeping up with chores, Dakevineon knew he wanted to help. He found some volunteers willing to work with him from his school’s LGBTQ center and went door-to-door asking if anyone wanted assistance. Now the group cleans homes for those in need and helps create a stronger relationship between university students and the local community. Dakevineon hopes to establish this project in his current community and start a new one in whichever area he moves to after college.

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Alma González De La Cruz with Laredo Animal Shelter

Young Changemaker Series

Alma has served her community in more ways than one, but her greatest passion has been collaborating with remarkable individuals at the Laredo Animal Protective Society in Laredo, TX. When adopting her Chihuahua, Lola, she noticed the shelter was in need of supplies and cleaning, so she helped collect donations for the organization. Alma plans to help clean, organize, and expand the shelter’s volunteer office so more animals can find their forever homes and spread happiness to the community in the way that only animals can.

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Allison Quintanilla Plattsmier with Close the Loop Project

Young Changemaker Series

Allison has been passionate about serving her community since she was 13. Most recently, she became involved in the Close the Loop project which aims to create a more sustainable community and allow equal access to resources by collecting, cleaning and organizing clothing donations for those in need, ensuring no material goes to waste. She is also a Certified Nonprofit Professional and Certified Fund Raising Executive and consistently prioritizes the betterment of her community through pursing education in public administration, nonprofit management and community development. In the future, Allison hopes to start her own collective impact nonprofit that ensures equitable access to resources in the Nashville community.

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Jasmine Vanscoy with We Wilm Rebuild

Young Changemaker Series

While Hurricane Florence was passing through her college town of Wilmington, NC, Jasmine banded together with several of her peers to form We Wilm Rebuild, a hurricane relief organization that gathers and distributes donations of cleaning supplies, food, clothing and other items to the areas that have been hit the hardest. The group partnered with Technology for the Future and Wilmington Response to support with packaging and wider distribution of supplies. Moving forward, Jasmine wishes to erect temporary living shelters for those that have been displaced by the hurricane, help them to clean and remove mold from their homes and get them back on their feet.

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More Than A Park

Clean community spaces strengthen neighborhoods. Raimondi Park in Oakland, California isn’t just a place to play—it’s an important part of the community, so we knew it was time to step up and give back to our hometown.

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Free Laundry Day

Clean clothes impact how we feel. 14-year-old Jayera is making a difference in her Chicago community one load of laundry at a time.

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Thrive Collective

For the youth in this Harlem, NYC community, the transformative power of clean brought this old building back to life, and into a safe place where the next generation of young artists can express their creativity.

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What Comes Next? Let Us Know.

Know someone or somewhere that needs the power of clean? Let's create a cleaner world together, through projects big and small--Clorox wants to help.