Love and dignity since 2003

Laundry Love is a neighboring movement that partners with groups, schools and
local laundromats to wash the clothes and bedding of low-income and/or no-income
families and person(s).

what we do

The Laundry Love initiative consists of regular opportunities to come alongside people who are struggling financially by assisting them with their laundry. Laundry Love partners with local laundromats in cleaning clothes and linens of low-income or no-income families and person(s).

We see the laundromat as an inclusive and welcoming place where strangers become friends, people are known by name, hope is hustled, and the worth of every human being is acknowledged and celebrated.

National Team

Greg Russinger

Co-Founder & Board President
Portland, OR

Greg Russinger is husband to Michele and father to Ashtin and Liam, they currently reside in Portland Oregon. Greg is the Co-founder and Board President of Laundry Love, a national NPO whose mission is to wash the clothes and bedding of low/no income families, children, and person(s). Laundry Love brightens the lives of thousands of people each month through love, dignity, and detergent.

Greg received his Masters Degree from George Fox University where he studied the contemplative and activist spiritual traditions, and applies them in variety of ways. For the last 15 years Greg has learned that vulnerability is the path, courage is the light, and to truly live an inspired life you must be open to interruption. Greg enjoys a good book, a great film, down time with family, and reminding every human of their worth and possibility.

Camilla Storlie is the Director of Operations for Laundry Love, a national non-profit organization whose mission is to wash the clothes and bedding of low/no income families and person(s). Laundry Love partners with local laundromats and volunteers to brighten the lives of thousands of people each month through love, dignity, and detergent. Camilla provides coaching for Laundry Love facilitators, oversees the day-to-day communication and management of the organization, and works closely with the co-founder to keep the national mission healthy and flourishing.

Camilla has experience working with and volunteering for non-profits for over 17 years. She helped start and manage a Laundry Love in Portland, OR in 2008 that is still running to this day. She lives in Eastern Oregon with her husband and 3 kids. Serving alongside the neighborhood and city and regularly helping care for the marginalized has always been a passion for Camilla.

Camilla Storlie

Director of Operations
Enterprise, OR

Board of Directors

Mandy Martinez

Mandy lives in Ventura with her husband and two kids, works as a realtor, and was formerly the Director of Operations for Laundry Love from 2019-2021

Max Fincher

Max Fincher is the president and owner of Construction Services Management (CSM), a commercial contracting business he has presided over for 33 years. In addition to offering top-quality service to his clients, the business has provided the financial means for Max to follow a true passion in helping the under-resourced, where he is able to use his business experience, leadership, and craftsmanship skills to help foster a better way of life for others.

Max has lived most of his life in the Dallas area, where at a local level he has seen many changes through the years and a need to serve others. He and his wife of 42 years, Laura, work side-by-side to give generously to those lacking in means to have the bare, simple necessities of life. In addition to his wife, the family has two wonderful married daughters along with four precious grandchildren.

Max is currently enjoying a season of mentoring and hosting as he enters his 12th year of service engaging others in the beautiful movement called Laundry Love.

Stephanie Maass

Stephanie Maass has served in local and global non-profit work for over 20 years. Stephanie serves on the Board of Directors for Serve NWA and the National Laundry Love Organization. Currently, she is a part of the Education Team for Hub of Hope, a non-profit serving victims of sex trafficking and raising awareness in the community. Help One Now and Center for Global Impact are the international nonprofits she advocates for, in the realm of family empowerment and trafficking prevention and after-care. She is dedicated to befriending and serving those often considered living “on the margins”, not only abroad, but in her local area.

She believes everyone’s story matters.While visiting with people at the laundromat over the last 11 years of hosting Laundry Love NWA, she has enjoyed helping to connect people to other resources in the community which may strengthen them.

She enjoys cheering for her alma mater, the UCLA Bruins basketball team, family time, exercising and reading. She currently resides in Northwest Arkansas with her husband, Adam, of 26+ years and answers to the title of “Mom” to 5 daughters.

Mike Rusch

Mike is the CEO of Pure Charity, an organization developing world-class fundraising, technology, and strategy solutions for nonprofit organizations striving to address some of the world’s most difficult problems. Mike serves as one of the Managing Directors of Pure Charity today where they have helped over 1,250+ nonprofits raise over $250MM.

Mike is a Veteran of the United States Marine Corps and began his career at Walmart Information Systems Division before moving on to iconic companies such as Hershey Foods, The Walt Disney Company, and Nickelodeon/Viacom.