Unilever, Boots and The Hygiene Bank join forces to help tackle hygiene poverty

More than one in five people in the UK are living in poverty1. That’s 22% of the population, a total of 14.5 million people2. For people and families living in poverty, basic hygiene items such as soap, toothpaste, and period products can become unattainable.   With a shared mission of tackling hygiene poverty, Unilever and Boots are joining forces with The Hygiene Bank for the second year of their Help Tackle Hygiene Poverty campaign, a collaboration which last year supported more than half a million people access hygiene essentials. You Buy.…

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Unilever, Boots and The Hygiene Bank tackle hygiene poverty

One in five people in the UK are held back by poverty, which means that many don’t have access to basic hygiene at home, such as soap, to keep clean and be well which is more important now than it has ever been. Unilever and Boots have come together to help raise awareness around hygiene poverty in the UK and offer product donations for those of us affected by poverty. They will work with The Hygiene Bank to do this, who have been a charity partner of Boots since February…

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