Host an H&C Birthday Party

Hope and Comfort Inc.

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birthday-sideHappy Birthday from Hope and Comfort!

The idea for Hope and Comfort was sparked at a birthday party for Founder Jeff Feingold’s daughter, Grace. Jeff and his wife Loren wanted to teach Grace the importance of giving and requested that party guests bring clothing, books, toys, and children’s hygiene items to donate instead of presents. Through Jeff, Loren, and Grace’s product collection and donation, the family learned about the need for toiletries and began Hope and Comfort as a way to fill this unmet need while continuing to engage Grace and son Kenny in community service.

Hosting a Hope and Comfort Birthday Party is a unique and fun way to teach your children about the importance of giving while helping the community. We invite you to join us in boosting health and self-esteem by throwing a Hope and Comfort Birthday Party.

Want to host a Hope and Comfort Birthday Party? Here’s how!

  1. Include Hope and Comfort in your party invitation. Simply create your birthday invitation as planned. Add some information about Hope and Comfort and ask guests to bring personal care items instead of gifts.
  2. Register your party.  Click here to tell us about your party! This will allow us to assist you as you plan.
  3. Collect personal care items at your party.  Set up a product collection point at your party. Proudly display collected items to show the generosity of the host and guests!
  4. Deliver items to Hope and Comfort.

Contact Pat Flaherty at 774-847-1245 or PFlaherty@HopeandComfort.org to set up a time to drop off collected products at our warehouse located at 1238 Chestnut Street in Newton, MA, 02464.

Products Needed

Hope and Comfort accepts all new full-sized and sample-sized personal hygiene products with a focus on the following:

  • Toothpaste
  • Deodorant
  • Shampoo
  • Soap
  • Toothbrushes

Our current most needed products are in bold. Please consider these items as you plan your product collection.

Questions? Contact Pat Flaherty at 774-847-1245 or PFlaherty@HopeandComfort.org.