Truckloads of Toiletries
Now through January 2018, the UAFP is helping the University of Utah School of Medicine collect travel-sized toiletry items for donation to the local emergency shelter!
Help us collect the following travel-sized toiletry items from hotel stays and from family, friends, etc.:
*Shampoo *Conditioner *Toothpaste *Bar Soap *Mouthwash *Deodorant
How to get started:
- Download FLYER, print, and place on box/collection container
- Collect travel-sized toiletry items now through January 31
- Weigh collection container and email weight to Maggie.Mitchell@utahafp.org
- Take collected items to local shelter of your choice. If you live in the Salt Lake Valley and need to make arrangements for items to be picked up, please email Maggie Mitchell. Picked up items will be donated to the Road Home.
If you have any questions or need assistance getting started, please contact Maggie Mitchell at Maggie.Mitchell@utahafp.org
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