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our mission

Clean Hands Michigan is a non-profit organization designed to educate individuals in maintaining proper hand washing hygiene. Our purpose is to help reduce the transmission of communicable diseases to the Metro Detroit area and Southeast Michigan. We strive to provide surfactants and hand sanitizing products to schools, daycares, assisted living facilities, and shelters through the donations that are received.


Clean Hands Michigan strives to maintain the importance of sanitation, helping to educate and maintain health to further increase an individuals healthy lifestyles, through education and techniques. Proper techniques and protocols should be demonstrated to children, a task that is deemed further more important in today’s society, given the COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis. Around the world, over 800 children under age five die every day from preventable diarrhea-related diseases caused by lack of access to water, sanitation and hygiene. Clean Hands Michigan strives to provide proper sanitizing products and place emphasis on the importance of maintaining hand hygiene to diminish everyday microscopic threats individuals come into contact with that could ultimately impede an otherwise healthy lifestyle. 


Emily Parker, Co-Founder

Emily Parker is a founder and CEO of Clean Hands Michigan and currently resides in Michigan, and has always been involved with helping her community. Emily is a licensed Medical Esthetician in the state of Michigan, after graduating from the Aveda Institute in Royal Oak. Her time spent there placed an enormous emphasis on the importance of Health and Sanitary practices within her field, a method which she adopted into her everyday life. This sparked the idea for starting Clean Hands Michigan.


Emily has assisted in many charitable organizations such as; Wigs for Kids, Gleaners Food Bank Detroit, Relay for Life on the Eastside, The Dream foundation, and ASPCA. It was ultimately her dream to start her own non-profit charity as helping others has always been a cornerstone value in her life. Clean Hands Michigan Non-Profit was founded in 2016, on the basis that educating individuals on proper hand hygiene practices, EPA-approved sanitation products and infection control practices would improve the quality of an individual’s overall health. A methodology which is critically of more importance given the crisis we are currently facing with the COVID-19 Pandemic. 

Seth Parker M.D, F.A.C.P,


Seth Parker is the co-founder of Clean Hands Michigan. With over 20 years of primary care in the Metro Detroit area, he set his sites on preventive medicine subjects of care and has found that simple aesthetic techniques can prevent the of viral and bacterial pathogens. Having school-aged children, both Seth and Emily turned their focus on the education and prevention of contact contaminants. Their primary goal is to assist everyone ion the Metro Detroit area in need of surfactants, hand sanitizing products and education.

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