“Experiencing poverty and/or homelessness can contribute to health issues, while health issues can contribute to poverty and homelessness” – Wooley
As the food is the number one concern amongst homeless and low-income people, hygiene gets put aside. Hygiene is equally important to eliminate health concerns related to cleanliness. Using toilet paper and other unhealthy objects cause severe infections. A key factor that helps relieve the homeless from health issues and infections is access to hygienic supplies. Particularly for women, to stay healthy during their menstrual cycle.
Please join our effort to provide hygiene products to those in need to help them stay healthy.
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Donations to Charity Crossing are Tax-Deductible under IRC Section 170.