Together we can increase access to FREE hygiene necessities during the 
COVID-19 pandemic.

WHAT WE DO

Our Areas of Focus 


Hygiene Access

We actively combat hygiene poverty by making basic human necessities like personal hygiene items (soap, lotion, deodorant, etc.), oral hygiene items (toothpaste, mouthwash, floss), feminine hygiene items (pads, tampons, feminine wipes, etc.) and baby care items FREE and highly accessible to families in need in Baltimore city. 


HOW WE HELP


Pop Pantries 

Emergency Hygiene Kits

Baltimore Hygiene Bank

Photo of Food PoP Pantry @ Greenmount West Community Center
Photo of Food PoP Pantry @ Greenmount West Community Center
Photo of Emergency Hygiene Kit delivered to client during COVID-19 Pandemic
Photo of Emergency Hygiene Kit delivered to client during COVID-19 Pandemic
Photo of Baltimore Hygiene Bank orders before delivery
Photo of Baltimore Hygiene Bank orders before delivery

This is our story

Our goal is to change the way that Baltimore's families access the services and resources that they need. We work to eliminate barriers to access like restrictive programs, zip-code restrictions, social stigma, income requirements and more. Instead we seek innovative ways to leverage existing resources and tailor them to provide customized support.

2020 Impact Snapshot

As of December 31, 2020

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PANTRIES

We currently have three pantries operating in Baltimore city. We also have two pantries expected to open in
 March & April 2020. View PoP Pantry locations here.

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COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Our partners make it possible for us to continue to support families in need in Baltimore. We partner with various organizations to serve as pantry sites and as donation partners.

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VOLUNTEERS 

Volunteers are essential to our work. Our volunteers help to build pantries, decorate pantries, check and sort inventory, assemble and deliver PoP Packages and more!

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VOLUNTEER HOURS

Each month we serve an average of 75 households through our food and hygiene PoP Pantries hygiene PoP-Ups at partner sites.  

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INDIVIDUALS SERVED

Each month we serve an average of 75 households through our food and hygiene PoP Pantries hygiene PoP-Ups at partner sites.

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ITEMS DISTRIBUTED

To date we have been able to have provided families in need with a generous amount of food and hygiene necessities. The average number of items needed per pantry visit is 4. 

*Includes households and individuals served through COVID-19 Response Efforts



WHAT NOW?

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