Aw Thanks- They Consider us the best!

A Nice Article where we were considered the best at what we do.

Author: Melissa Samuelson

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Waste to Charity has several different programs to compensate all types of people in need. The following is a list of the programs available and the items needed:

The Health begins with Hygiene program seeks to combat disease by providing cleansing products to the poor. Items donated are personal hygiene products (soap, shampoo, lotion, deodorant, toothpaste, etc.), diapers, detergents, and cleaning products.

The Clothing is a Human Right program provides clothing to people in poverty across the nation and around the world. Items donated are shirts, hats, gloves, pants, undergarments, jackets, boots, shoes, and socks.

The Fabric which Binds us All program provides underprivileged women with resources on how to learn to sew. These women can use these skills to start their own business or simply knit clothes and blankets for their family. Items donated include fabric, lace, buttons, zippers and sewing machines.

The Food is a Human Right program provides food and fresh water to people suffering from natural disasters, poverty and war. All dry food items and water/fruit juice are needed. The Medicine Needed to Save Lives Now program provides basic medicine and first aid equipment to impoverished people. Supplies needed are band-aids, ointment, aspirin, cold medicine, crutches, braces, vitamins and other over the counter medicines.

The Write Now: Immediate Educational Needs program provides school supplies to poor children around the world. Supplies include pencils, pens, erasers, books, paper, backpacks and school uniforms.

To contact Waste to Charity, call (856) 456-4996, write to info@wastetocharity.org or visit their website for a donation form.

For more on local Organizations, visit our South Jersey Organizations page.

Author: Melissa Samuelson