Millions of people have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey in southeast Texas, Hurricane Irma in Florida and the Carribean and Hurricane Maria in the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Our friends at Convoy of Hope are on site providing residents with food, water and the supplies they need to survive this storm, and the aftermath.
Convoy of Hope is asking for the Ozarks to pack Hygiene Kits in a specific way.
1 hand towel
1 bar of soap (regular size)
1 toothpaste (6 oz/regular size)
1 shampoo (travel size/3.5oz)
1 stick deodorant
Place all items in a gallon zip lock bag and seal. Please use packing tape to secure the lid of the shampoo.
All items must be new.
Please do not include money or personal notes.
Please do not send partial kits.
Completed hygiene kits should be delivered between 11am-7pm, 7 days a week at 330 S. Patterson Ave. Someone will be accepting the kits outside the gates of the warehouse. Please do not take the kits into our warehouse or building. Please leave them with the person at the collection tent and truck.
Individual items will not be accepted, only completed hygiene kits.
Convoy of Hope is dedicated to helping residents for the long haul. Currently, monetary donations are being accepted through their website. And, they are seeking volunteers who live within two hours of the affected area. However, if the need for volunteers increases substantially, they may reach outside of that region for more help. Click here to learn more about volunteering.