Donate Excess Trial Size Toiletries

If you've ever gotten more trial size lotions, shampoos, soaps via traveling, and more than you can use, or maybe no longer need or want. Don't forget about the less fortunate in your area. These can be donated to a local food bank or church food bank, to be passed out for those in need. To some, the price of bathing soap, might make the difference whether they get to bathe or not.


By Terri H. from NV

August 3, 20070 found this helpful

we sent most of our to the servicemen overseas

but they would be good for nursing home residents too. I also like to use mine for traveling. then I simply just throw away the empty package and don't have to cart big bottles of everything

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August 3, 20070 found this helpful

to: imaqt62

THANK YOU for thinking of our service men/women.

Our VFW holds drives for things like that and also

to homeless shelters which help many.

Thank You Terri to remind us to donate something we may not use or forget to use!Maybe it will inspire

some one to start a collection.

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August 4, 20070 found this helpful

never thought about donating to the homeless. thanks for the suggestion. I pray for them each night hoping they are safe from the weather and from people out there who think they are good targets for being mean to.anf that they are able to have at least one good meal each day. one nevers knows... it could be us one day in their shoes

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