managed by S. Seipler
Clean the World Foundation, Inc. was founded in February 2009 by two individuals, Shawn Seipler and Paul Till, as a Florida not-for-profit corporation. Since July 2009, Clean the World has operated as a not-for-profit corporation under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Through the collection, recycling and distribution of soap and shampoo products discarded by hotels every day, Clean the World is dedicated to preventing millions of deaths caused by acute respiratory infection and diarrheal disease.
Clean the World implements its mission through: (i) collecting, sorting and processing discarded soap, shampoo and lotion product donations from participating hospitality partners; (ii) recycling these product donations at its facilities in Orlando, Florida; and (iii) delivering these recycled product donations to domestic homeless shelters and impoverished countries suffering from high death rates due to acute respiratory infection and diarrheal disease.
Since its inception, Clean the World has been steadily increasing its services and operations to accommodate rapidly expanding community needs, awareness and donations, and has accepted in-kind donations of more than $150,000. In the process, Clean the World has put over 21,000 soap bars and 50 gallons of shampoo and conditioner back into human use, simultaneously eliminating over 4 tons of waste.
Clean the World is supported by through hospitality partnership program fees, sales of recycled product donations and monetary charitable contributions received from supporting individuals and organizations worldwide.
As of July 2009, Clean the World had 13 total employees and 9 total volunteers. Clean the World’s volunteers have donated approximately 400 cumulative hours of service to our cause, the majority of them enhancing employment marketability through on-the-job experience and extensive training.