How to Host a Kit-making Party to Give Back

“This month, we’re focused on slowing down and taking advantage of lazy summer days while battling the heat. We wanted to put our helping hands to work and offer up a different kind of entertaining that was focused on giving back. Our cookie-and-kits party was just the ticket and great for all ages.

Kit making has become more prevalent throughout the years. Many charities are focused on care-package kits for deployed soldiers, homeless people and cancer patients. Organizations like Operation Shoebox give detailed instructions about what to pack for soldiers so you can put together your own kit-making party with all the instructions needed.

Clean the World also provides instructions for creating kit-making events in your own home, right down to providing the contents. The organization is focused on serving impoverished communities, but also diverting hotels’ amenity waste from landfills by repurposing unused soaps and other hygiene products. All you have to do is gather some kit makers, supply a location and have some fun creating these valuable hygiene kits.” …

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