Eco Soap Bank: Keep Our Soap Presses Turning this #GivingTuesday Season!

Imagine having to choose between food and soap. That’s the reality that makes basic hygiene a luxury for millions of families living in poverty. Every day, parents around the world grieve the loss of children from preventable causes. The statistics are staggering.

But, with your help, we can turn around these lives.

This #GivingTuesday season, you can help save lives, preserve our planet and provide life-changing employment for disadvantaged women. Plus, your contribution will go even further thanks to a generous dollar-for-dollar match.

Since 2014, we’ve grown our family of soapmakers to 147 and counting. And next year, we’re aiming to double our impact to reach 2.5 million children with lifesaving hygiene. That’s the power of Team EcoSoap.

Our work centers around a single tool: the soap press. These humble machines transform communities by empowering disadvantaged women to earn steady incomes recycling soap for children in need.

Help us power the soap presses by empowering Team EcoSoap! Your support goes directly toward the purchase of new soap presses and fair wage salaries for Eco-soapmakers that will get us making more lifesaving soap on the double!

An amazing Foundation that shares our dedication to empowering women and girls is also generously MATCHING all donations made between now and December 4th!

So please donate now—and join us to #KeepThemTurning.


$10 supports a woman’s work to make 100 bars of lifesaving soap.
$25 provides health insurance to one of our soapmakers for a month.
$52 provides English and Math classes to one of our soapmakers for a week.
$100 provides soap to an entire school for one year.
$250 keeps our presses turning for a whole week to provide 500 bars of soap for a small village.
$500 gives a new soap press to an Eco-Soap Bank hub so we can hire more women.
$1,500 supplies 7500 kids with lifesaving soap.
$2,200 sponsors a year’s salary for one of our soapmakers.

Click the link below to donate.

Author: ismailimail

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

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