Chaos, Cholera, Soap and Hope

One year removed from the devastating 7.0-magnitude earthquake in Haiti  that killed an estimated 300,000 people and injured 50,000 more. And the horror continues. Cholera and chaos are still the order of the day. But the Haitians have hope as long as they have soap and supporters like you. Through the continued support and generosity …

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Angels of mercy gather in Milot

Where there is tragedy, there is opportunity for mercy. And for the many thousands of people in Haiti who suffered horrific injuries and losses in the 2010 earthquake, a flock of angels appeared in the form of first responders ready to lend medical assistance, helping hands, prayer and encouragement. These people, especially the medical teams …

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Clean the World – Then and Now

You know, it wasn’t too long ago that people wondered if recycling soap was really worth the effort. We’ll let you be the judge: In less than two years, Clean the World has collected, recycled and distributed more than 7 million soap bars in the United States, Haiti and more than 40 other countries. [Find …

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Can something we throw away save a life?

Can something we throw away save a child’s life? Of course it can. And that’s the mission of Clean the World: Recycling soap, saving lives. The Greenstreet Report, an environmentally focused investment publication, featured Clean the World in a Fall 2010 cover story that focuses on our attempts to stop the spread of disease in …

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