Haiti Partnership
Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Personal Hygiene Kits

Local churches can participate in the mission of the Haiti Partnership
by assembling personal hygiene kits for the teams to deliver to the people of Haiti.
 
The Personal Hygiene Kit information sheet may be downloaded in either PDF or Word format by clicking on the appropriate link below.

Personal Hygiene Kits Information Sheets

 
Word format PDF format
 
Once your kits are assembled, you may drop them off at any of the following locations:
  • Tunkhannock UMC or Dorranceton UMC (Wilkes Barre District)
  • Chinchilla UMC or Honesdale UMC (Scranton District)
  • Norwich UMC or Whitney Point UMC (Oneonta District)
  • Vestal UMC or Endwell UMC (Binghamton District)
  • The Resource Center in Endicott

Personal Hygiene Kits for Haiti

Personal Hygiene kits provide basic necessities to people who have been forced to leave their homes because of human conflict or natural disaster. Health kits are also used as learning tools in personal hygiene, literacy, nutrition and cooking classes. When people gain the knowledge and materials to maintain personal hygiene, their overall health improves.

Kits to Sustain Everyday Life

The following kit is used in places where people do not have ready access to many essential supplies for everyday life. Please follow the directions exactly. Include all items; do not add items that are not on the lists. Extra gifts, though given with the best of intentions, render a kit unusable and must be removed. Note: All items sent must be new!

1 hand towel (15" x 25" up to 17" x 27")

1 washcloth

1 comb (large and sturdy, not pocket-sized)

1 nail file OR fingernail clippers (NO emery boards or toenail clippers)

1 bath-size bar of soap (3 oz. and up)

1 toothbrush (single brushes only in original wrapper)

6 adhesive plastic strip sterile bandages

Place these items inside a sealed one-gallon plastic bag.

Value: $12 per kit.

Important: Please do NOT include:

     religious, political or patriotic notes or emblems

     money