SoapBox Soaps was founded in 2010 with a simple mission: to empower consumers to change the world through everyday, quality purchases. Simple things we generally take for granted here and needed in other areas throughout the world. Simple things like soap and water. SoapBox Soaps was born with the idea of bringing clean water aid and essential hygiene to areas it is badly needed.
For every product sold, SoapBox Soaps provides a bar of soap or a month of clean water to someone in need. They currently partner with 2 organizations to help make that happen; Global Soap Project and Splash.
Global Soap Project is a nonprofit that collects hotel soap remnants and remakes them into new bars, and 66% of the total bar donations stay stateside at homeless shelters and food banks. Splash is an organization that comes alongside local governments and aid organizations to take the clean water infrastructure multinational food corporations use and apply it to orphanages and children’s hospitals. Splash’s goal is always to be out of the picture by a set date with a self-sustaining clean water infrastructure in place, sustained by their local partners.
I was given the opportunity to try out SoapBox products from their coconut line and to share it with you today.
The items I received are:
Coconut Body Wash: Coconut oil soaks deep into skin to lock in moisture. Mixed generously with shea butter, this decadentbody wash heals dry skin and smells amazing.
Coconut Liquid Hand Soap: Restores moisture to dry hands with a generous amount of shea butter. Feels silky, smooth and again, smells incredible.
Coconut Bar Soap: There’s more to gain from SoapBox’s Coconut Bar Soap than just smelling like a tropical island getaway. Each bar is rich in organic fair trade shea butter and olive oil.
On the back of each package there is a Hope Code as well, so you can see where your purchase helped out.
Head over to SoapBox Soaps and enter your code to find out!
These items helped in these areas:
Coconut Body Wash and Coconut Liquid Hand Soap both helped CAN Connects Project in Baltimore. Community Assistance Network, Inc. (CAN), a Baltimore County-based non-profit organization, established in 1964 as part of a national network of over 1,000 Community Action Agencies. The network was designed to work in partnership with the community to develop, strengthen and support programs that reduce vulnerability among the poor as well as promote growth, stability and self sufficiency among low-income residents of Baltimore County. This reinforces the most basic principle of the Community Action Partnership: “Helping People. Changing Lives.” Learn more at http://www.canconnects.org/
Coconut Bar Soap helped Sundara Project – India. Sundara was founded on the belief that preventable hygiene related deaths should not be happening anywhere in the world today. We work with the ‘poorest of the poor’ – traditionally underserved populations in developing countries whose risk of death from diseases like diarrhea and pneumonia is the highest. We combine our hygiene initiatives with community education, environmental preservation and female empowerment whenever possible to ensure holistic public health solutions for these communities in need.
You can now find Soapbox Soaps at your local Rite Aid in Coconut (like I have shown you) or Sea Minerals. All products are Paraben,EDTA, phthalate free, Cruelty free, and Made in America.
Products range from $3.99-$5.99 so it is an incredibly affordable way to give back to those in need.
*Sponsored by Rite Aid*