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URGET NEED 4 KIDS Student Hygiene Bag 

4 KIDS Student Hygiene Bag .We Need Help.

4 KIDS Charity Florida-based program called 4 KIDS Bags is collecting items and in need of hygiene items like deodorant, toothpaste, shampoo and sanitary napkins to pass out to schools across the area.                         4 KIDS Charity with it program,” 4 KIDS Bags” has helped nearly 2,000 students with these kinds of items over the past two years. And need has grown to over 4,000 homeless kids-students so the goal has been higher but we cannot do it without your help.        

4 KIDS Student Hygiene Bag Need Help.4 KIDS Charity Florida-based program called 4 KIDS Bags is collecting items and in need of hygiene items like deodorant, toothpaste, shampoo and sanitary napkins to pass out to schools across the area.” 4 KIDS Bags” has helped nearly 2,000 students with these kinds of items over the past two years. And need has grown to over 4,000 homeless kids-students so the goal has been higher .But We Cannot Do It Without Your Help.

    
    
    

Here a sample list:
  We gladly accept full-size, travel or hotel-sized items. Our most needed items are shampoo, deodorant, shaving cream, toothpaste, toothbrushes.  When shopping for your own family, pick up some extra items to share with a family that desperately needs your help. We would like to invite you to participate in this event.-We need the following items IN RED NEED most

Shampoo
Conditioner
Hand lotion
Bars of soap
Shower Gel
Dental floss
Toothbrushes with holder
Toothpaste
Deodorant
Female Care
feminine hygiene product
 
any Question go to www.4kidscharity.com or email kidscharity@msn.com.
 It is not uncommon for many of these kids to go to school while living in cars, vans, in encampments, shelters, motels, hotels or with relatives while their parents (usually a single parent mom) are toughening it out with no stable place to call home. Often they do live with that parent in conditions far less than desirable, but homeless nevertheless.
Good hygiene is an important part of a student’s health, wellness, and self-esteem. Kids with poor hygiene face harmful consequences. Some are medical: they may be more prone to developing rashes and infections. Equally, important, individual students, may quickly become known (at school) for being “dirty.”
This negative reputation can be hard to shake and is damaging to students’ self-esteem. Good hygiene makes it easier to attend school regularly and develops better study habits.
Why “Every donation is important”. A single toothbrush makes a difference, and is so appreciated. Not too long ago we were at local shelter helping homeless children. I would like to share a moment that touched me deeply involving a beautiful young girl with long light brown hair and huge brown eyes. She was 4 years old (she said she was almost 5). She would not eat her food. I had heard her 12-year-old sister pleading with her to eat. The little girl told me he just didn’t have an appetite. Well, to encourage her to eat, I decided to make a deal with her. I asked her to please take a couple bites as I had a surprise for her if she did. So she did. Then, I gave her a bag fill with new toothbrush, soap, and hairbrush. I have never seen a child be so excited about a new toothbrush, & hair brush! This child was elated! Her eyes got so big. And then she reach in the bag and wanted to give her sister something that was in the bag her sister said it for you (we did give the sister a small bag to).                                                                                                These two girls are the types of children we are talking about – they have so little that even a new toothbrush & hairbrush gets them feeling like our children would on Christmas. All of us doing a little can make a huge difference. And please continue to pray for these homeless children and for this outreach. There are so many people to reach – and we will do that, one person at a time.”    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
All donations are tax deductible.
For more information, contact Karen at kidscharity@msn.com or 727-586-0840