Hope and Comfort Inc.
Is your organization in need of personal care products? Hope and Comfort provides donations to Massachusetts-based organizations through its two programs: Stock the Shelves and Soap for Hope. We will also consider requests for one-time donations from organizations supporting low-income and homeless individuals and families in the Greater Boston area. Please select the program below that best describes your organization to access Hope and Comfort’s product request form.
|STOCK THE SHELVES
Stock the Shelves places basic and critical personal hygiene products on the shelves of food pantries located in Greater Boston. Participating pantries receive monthly donations of products such as soap, deodorant, and shampoo. Read more about Stock the Shelves here.
To request products under the Stock the Shelves program, you must be a food pantry with 501(c)(3) status located in and serving Greater Boston.
|SOAP FOR HOPE
Soap for Hope works to improve the health and self-esteem of young people in Boston and its surrounding towns. Participating organizations receive monthly donations of toiletries kits designed to provide young people with the items they need to feel clean and confident: soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, and a toothbrush. Read more about Soap for Hope here.
To request products under the Soap for Hope program, you must be a 501(c)(3) organization or school serving young people (18 and under). You must be located in and serve Boston or its surrounding towns. Partner organizations must pair product distribution with product and hygiene education.
Hope and Comfort is committed to its vision that one day, everyone will have access to basic and essential personal hygiene products. If you are an organization in need of personal care products, we would love to hear from you! Read more about one time donations here.
Organizations requesting one-time donations must be located in and serve communities within the Greater Boston area. Organizations must serve low-income and/or homeless populations. Organizations requesting products must also hold 501(c)(3) status.