Clean & Soaper, Inc

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Clean & Soaper is an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) charity which provides support to homeless and homeless support organizations. We have been sending soaps for use in streetside bathing programs.

What are the first things people say about the homeless? "They're dirty." "They smell bad." Thinking about that, and the other less-pleasant things people say about the homeless, typically without considering that most do not want to be on the streets, I thought about why I learned soapmaking. It made me think that while it might have been the knowledge base or chemistry which originally interested me, there was something more - leading me to the means to make the world we can affect a little bit better. So much disease and despair comes from living in filth. In Africa and other countries, we know how basic sanitation can reduce disease and better people's lives - but we need to make sure people here realize the same benefits.  - Jeremy Schuster

We want to continue our good work and hearing the stories of how people living on the street, from whatever unfortunate circumstances they suffered, and managed to get clean, healthy, regain some dignity and self-respect and got on-track to return to society as productive members of the work force - and we'd love your help. We provide soaps, bags with toiletries and personal care items and other means of assistance - and would love your help in doing so.

 

 


Primary Address    3594 Armourdale Avenue Long Beach, CA 90808 USA
Phone:    562 596 5900
Website:    cleanandsoaper.org
Gooddler Subdomain:    http://cleanandsoaper.gooddler.com

3594 Armourdale Avenue Long Beach, CA 90808 USA

562 596 5900

cleanandsoaper.org http://cleanandsoaper.gooddler.com

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These are some of the items we use to create toiletry kits and soaps for...

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These are some of the items we use to create toiletry kits and soaps for...

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Clean & Soaper is an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) charity which provides support to homeless and homeless support organizations. We have been sending soaps for use in streetside bathing programs.

What are the first things people say about the homeless? "They're dirty." "They smell bad." Thinking about that, and the other less-pleasant things people say about the homeless, typically without considering that most do not want to be on the streets, I thought about why I learned soapmaking. It made me think that while it might have been the knowledge base or chemistry which originally interested me, there was something more - leading me to the means to make the world we can affect a little bit better. So much disease and despair comes from living in filth. In Africa and other countries, we know how basic sanitation can reduce disease and better people's lives - but we need to make sure people here realize the same benefits.  - Jeremy Schuster

We want to continue our good work and hearing the stories of how people living on the street, from whatever unfortunate circumstances they suffered, and managed to get clean, healthy, regain some dignity and self-respect and got on-track to return to society as productive members of the work force - and we'd love your help. We provide soaps, bags with toiletries and personal care items and other means of assistance - and would love your help in doing so.

 

 


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