Project EcoSoap Initiative: Get Soap to the Border

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There’s a crisis at the U.S./Mexico border: Thousands of children don’t have access to soap or basic hygiene supplies.

At shelters and camps along the US/Mexico border, children are facing a public health emergency.

Children have already died due to preventable illnesses—and it will continue if poor hygiene conditions along the border persist.

Project EcoSoap is an initiative of the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization Eco-Soap Bank. They have been working since 2015 to provide soap to children and families worldwide.

Project EcoSoap is organizing a comprehensive effort to improve health and hygiene conditions for children along the border.

If your organization works at a border shelter, please get in touch at contact@getsoaptotheborder.org .

Where to Send In-Kind Donations:

https://www.gofundme.com/f/get-soap-to-the-border/donate

If you prefer to donate soap or other hygiene supplies in-kind, you can send new, unused products to the following organizations (this list continually updating):

Minority Humanitarian Foundation
1618 San Miguel Ave
Spring Valley,  CA 91977

How to Spread the Word:

With your help, we can spur real change to prevent the spread of disease and provide lifesaving hygiene security to those who need it most.

This initiative is a partnership among the following organizations:

  • Project EcoSoap
  • Minority Humanitarian Foundation
  • Al Otro Lado

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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