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Quality cleaning services with outstanding social benefits

Clean Force supports the Melbourne Community
and the Melbourne Community supports Clean Force

Clean Force is a business run for a social purpose to provide employment for people from disadvantaged backgrounds including disability and mental illness. 80% of our workers are from disadvantaged backgrounds, the rest are fully trained cleaners and supervisors.

As a not-for-profit, all earnings are reinvested in the business and the community. No dividend is paid to owners or shareholders.

Community investment

Since 2001, WISE has invested more than $3.5 million in innovative programs, projects and research particularly targeting:

  • Young people
  • The Indigenous Community
  • People with disability
  • Asylum seekers and refugees
Read more about WISE Employment’s community investments.

WISE Social Enterprises

Our parent company, WISE Employment, is a not-for-profit employment agency that runs two other social enterprises in Victoria; Incito Maintenance and GBE Electrical. We also run Incito Maintenance in Darwin NT and Equity Labour Service in Tasmania. These enterprises provide competitive and professional cleaning property services fully-trained by staff. By supporting Clean Force, you are also supporting employment for over 100 people from disadvantaged backgrounds.

The environment

Clean Force is committed to protecting the community through sustainable use of the Earth’s resources. Since late 2010, Clean Force and WISE have retained carbon neutral status under Scopes 1, 2 and partial Scope 3 emissions of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol. Clean Force measures its carbon footprint, reduces its greenhouse gas emissions through environmentally responsible practices and offsets the remainder through an accredited wind farm project in the Tamil Nadu.

The Tamil Nadu Wind project in India is part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). Beyond the carbon benefits, this project promotes sustainable development, helps to alleviate poverty and provides investment in new clean technologies.

Department of Social Services (DSS)

The Department's objectives are to provide supported employment and improve access to information, advocacy and services for people with disability so they can develop their capabilities and actively participate in community and economic life.

DSS provides funding under the Disability Services Act 1986 to Australian Disability Enterprises (ADE) to provide supported employment assistance to people with a disability.

Australian Disability Enterprises are commercial businesses that provide employment for people with disability. There are 325 Australian Disability Enterprise outlets across Australia, providing supported employment assistance to approximately 20,000 people with moderate to severe disability who need substantial ongoing support to maintain their employment. Australian Disability Enterprises are funded by the Australian Government Department Social Services.