We all know how quickly the expense of household necessities such as laundry detergent, toilet paper, toothpaste, soap and deodorant, can add up. Many people are astonished to learn that government assistance programs (formerly known as food stamps, now known as SNAP) does not cover any nonfood items such as soaps, paper products, household supplies, vitamins or over the counter medicines.
The Bare Necessities program provides families with a supply of most-needed household items that are used in the home, daily. This keeps the home running smoothly and helps to reduce the financial burden associated with restocking practical households. Bare Necessities items are primarily donated through individual donors as well as community drives held in partnership with many companies, churches, schools, clubs and organizations.
Please consider hosting a Bare Necessities drive today.