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Jack’s Soap saves lives through clean hands

Apr 11, 2012

Clean hands lead to healthy lives. (Image from the Jack's Soap website)

A startling statistic: Everyday 5,000 children in third world countries die from diseases that can be prevented by washing their hands. The founders of Jack’s Soap, Bridget Hill and Ben Richardson, set out to tackle this global crisis through the power of soapy suds. 
Proceeds from the purchase of every bar of their high-quality, organic, American-made soap go to funding materials for local soap makers. In collaboration with Children of the Nation, the locally-made soap is then distributed to people in the area, accompanied with instructions for use. Their PETA approved bars of soap do more than just clean; they bolster local economies and save lives. [Source: Jack’s Soap

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