How to Help Our Neighbours

Thank you to everyone who entered our 'Pay it Forward' contest last week!  

Our winners are:
Anne B. AND Nathaniel L.

For this weeks 'Feel Good Wednesday', we thought we'd donate a laundry care package to someone in need (which will include our NEW Concentrated Laundry Detergent!)

In little ways, we can all make a huge difference in someone’s life - a smile or a compliment or in our case, a little care package.  

You have until Friday at 11:59 PM ET to make your nomination, and we will announce the winner next Wednesday. Just comment below!

Thank you everyone for sticking with us through these times. We will weather the storm together. 

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  • I would like to nominate my daughter who is raising her 1 yr old and her husband is unemployed. They lost everything in the last hurricane that hit and risking another disaster with Eta! Their dryer broke then their shower. The address is Micayla Humphrey 8299 Orange Ave. Fort Pierce Florida 34945

    Sandi Anderson on
  • I would love to see you offer plastic-free eco friendly paper products like toilet paper and tissues.

    Mary on
  • The Center fir Hope and Safety is Marion County, Salem, Oregon’s domestic violence/trafficking resource center, 24 hour hot line, and live in shelter for women and children (men receive vouchers for hotels). We are the busiest domestic violence service and shelter in the state of Oregon. They provide a safe, stable living shelter, where women cook, clean, do laundry, and receive myriad services in multiple languages.
    The residents would really be uplifted to receive your wonderful products while helping the environment at the same time.
    I love your products and mission, and would like to help out our survivors.

    Vickie Simpson on
  • The Center fir Hope and Safety is Marion County, Salem, Oregon’s domestic violence/trafficking resource center, 24 hour hot line, and live in shelter for women and children (men receive vouchers for hotels). We are the busiest domestic violence service and shelter in the state of Oregon. They provide a safe, stable living shelter, where women cook, clean, do laundry, and receive myriad services in multiple languages.
    The residents would really be uplifted to receive your wonderful products while helping the environment at the same time.
    I love your products and mission, and would like to help out our survivors.

    Vickie Simpson on
  • My sister is going through a terribly painful divorce right now. She’s trying to create a new home for her two sons, 6 and 3 years old, so that, in the midst of all the chaos, they’ll at least have a comfortable and safe place to spend their time. All of my sister’s money is going to her lawyer who is battling with her ex, a wealthy guy in finance. My sister has very little money and is struggling mightily right now. She’s always tried to do right by her kids. I think coming home to a gift like this would really mean a lot to her right now.

    George on


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