Donation helps support camp environment in which children can grow and heal

RICHMOND, VA, November 14, 2019 /Neptune100/ — The Alsco branch in Richmond, Virginia, has recently donated to Comfort Zone Camp (CZC) to help provide camp scholarships for children who have lost parents or siblings, and who need assistance to address their grief.

CZC is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary. During the past 20 years, it has hosted 20,000 kids — all at no cost. Founded on the idea that grieving children need to know they are not alone, CZC provides a place for them to grow and heal in a camp environment.

“Losing a parent, sibling, or legal guardian as a child is a very tough thing to deal with,” says Tony Beam, general manager at the Alsco Richmond branch. “We wanted to be able to support kids undergoing this challenge by enabling them to get the support network they need to help them adjust and heal.”

CZC was founded in Richmond, Virginia, but has since expanded to California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and North Carolina. CZC provides camp opportunities to grieving children across 44 states, Washington D.C., and Canada.

About Alsco
Alsco is a fourth-generation family owned and operated business, founded in 1889, that was recognized by the prestigious Hohenstein Institute for having invented the linen and uniform rental industry.

Celebrating 130 years of business, Alsco provides linen and workwear rental services to customers that include restaurants, healthcare, automotive industry and industrial facilities. With over 180 locations and more than 20,000 employees, Alsco provides world-class service to over 355,000 customers in 14 countries. Learn more at