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What we do

Fair Deal for Cleaners

Our team are paid a Living Wage the income needed to provide basic needs above the poverty line. Help break the cycle for people struggling on minimum wage.

Fabulous Cleaning

Enthusiastic high-quality teamwork by police vetted, uniformed cleaners, trained in NZQA certificates - so you have the best possible results and meet your CSR Corporate Social Responsibility commitments.

Social Procurement

The power of buying socially means that every time goods and services are bought from a social enterprise, positive social change is also created. You and your team do good.

What People Say

Our Services


Our corporate customers are responsible businesses that demonstrate leadership and make a difference to the community. Fresh Desk makes this impact easy to measure and promote. From a paragraph to add to the CSR section of your website, through to posters that you can put up in the public parts of your premises, your business reputation will sparkle like your cleaning.


You want to deliver a great service to your population within the constraints of budget management, funding reform and day to day operations. Keeping staff engaged and happy is key. Without diverting resources from your core projects, Fresh Deks gives NGOs a way to increase your impact.


Keeping tabs on the office supplies, wifi, power, insurance as well as being the go-to helpdesk for unusual questions - you’re the office or facility manager. We will keep your colleagues happy by doing our job. You can rely on us because we create a cleaning management system designed to meet your office needs.


Safety for patients and staff is the priority. From formal reporting to stakeholders to the visible cleanliness in the waiting room, Fresh Desk’s commitment to quality will keep your clinic safe. Our training covers cross-contamination, um, viraclean… and some more medical stuff…


Auckland council’s social procurement means achieving the best value for goods, services or works and it is mandatory. Wellington was the first council to commit to the Living Wage. To Fresh Desk, social procurement means addressing poverty with a commitment to investing in people facing barriers, providing fair pay and training opportunities. The return on investment is a thriving community.