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Hope for the Homeless - Hygiene Drive 2017

Items Needed:

  • Antibacterial Ointment

  • Conditioner

  • Socks

  • Body Wash

  • Deodorant

  • Toothbrushes

  • Brushes

  • Feminine Napkins

  • Toothpaste

  • Cash Donations to help purchase any items most needed


Homelessness in America

In the United States alone, an estimated 3.5 million people experience homelessness each year. On any given night, 730,000 people find themselves without a permanent roof over their heads. Some people find a space in shelters, where a shower, place to sleep and a warm meal is provided. Others are forced to remain unsheltered without any necessities to provide them any comfort against the outdoor elements. Access to some basic per-sonal supplies can give these individuals a greater sense of self-worth and a brighter outlook on life.

Here's How You Can Help

Conduct your very own drive with friends, family, business, classroom, church, and small group to collect small/travel-size items.


It's so easy, and the impact is so big for our neighbors who need us most. Detailed instructions right here.

Please join us in a drive towards HOPE as we collect hygiene items for those in need within our communities.

The Salvation Army Hydrate AZ Water Drive
  • Band-Aids

  • Floss

  • Tissue

  • Cleansing Wipes

  • Lotion

  • Toilet Paper

  • Combs

  • Shampoo

  • Washcloths

Don't forget to:


Get your friends involved!

Share how you made a difference by donating to #HomelessHope on Facebook and Twitter and invite them to join the cause!


Interested in hosting your own hygiene drive? Click here or contact Edward Salazar by calling 602-302-7183 or via email:

Homeless people often go without the basic necessities most Americans take for granted. In the struggle to find food and a safe place to sleep, these individuals find it difficult to acquire basic items such as soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrushes, etc.. Without the right supplies, simple hygienic procedures such as brushing their teeth or washing their hands can prove to be very difficult.



We're collecting hygiene kits for our valley's homeless. And it's about more than the dignity of feeling clean, it's the hope that comes from being cared about.

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