Merry Maids of Oakville
Community Involvement
Giving back is important to us

Community Involvement

Oakville is our home, and we do our part to take care of it

Being part of this community is a big part of our business here at Merry Maids of Oakville. That's why we take every opportunity to support local initiatives and programs. We are very proud to have worked with, or in support of, these groups of dedicated individuals.

  • Oakville Hospital
  • Children's Aid Oakville
  • Children's Aid Milton
  • Tim Hortons Camp Days
  • Big Brothers & Big Sisters
  • AMPed for Life
  • The Lighthouse for Grieving Children
  • Milton District Hospital
  • Breast Cancer fundraisers
  • Windrush Stables for therapeutic Horseback riding
  • EC Drury School for the Deaf
  • All schools in our area

Initiatives We're Extra Proud Of!


For patients and families dealing with cancer, Wellspring is a safe and supportive environment. Their work inspired us to give back by doing what we do best, cleaning homes. Each month, we one free cleaning to patients receiving cancer treatment - at no charge to them of course. This system allows us to comfortably clean up to four patient homes at any given time, and we're happy to help

We hope that this initiative not only helps patients and families directly, but also reminds people of the importance of giving back when you can. Helping out doesn't always mean doing something drastic. Sometimes, it can be as simple as doing what you're good at, and making a difference.

Ladies Out Laughing

Ladies Out Laughing is a comedy event raising proceeds towards OneWalk to Conquer Cancer, the Ride to Conquer Cancer, the Tour for Kids, Wellspring Birmingham Gilgan House, Tecasy Ranch - Knobby Tire Trek for Kids and The Lighthouse Program for Grieving Children.

We’re Helping Raise The Roof

Merry Maids Raise The Roof

It’s no secret that we like to give back whenever we can, and recently we came across a cause we couldn’t ignore. The Children’s Aid Foundation of Halton, in collaboration with Raising The Roof and the Bridging The Gap Program, sold toques in an effort to help the homeless. We are very proud to have been able to donate $450 to this great cause. You can read more at