Not Just for Babies

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Look for Savings In-Store at your local Defense Commissary Agency with Johnson’s® Head-to-Toe® Baby Cleaning Cloths 6ct. Price effective 10/01/17 – 10/31/17.  These savings can benefit your home budget for your little one.  If you do not have a little one at home, consider getting in on the savings and donating the Johnson’s Head to Toe Baby Cleaning Cloths to a women and children shelter or to any homeless shelter, as men, women and children can all benefit from having these cleaning cloths on hand.  I volunteer at  a homeless shelter where I work with assisting the Homeless Veterans getting paperwork filled out to obtain their Military Records as well as to getting them enrolled into programs specifically for homeless people and especially those that are for Homeless Veterans.  I see the needs first hand that these people need.  Basic items from soap, shampoo, toothpaste and other hygiene necessities are so hard to come by.  The shelter I volunteer at is a non-profit organization that does not get government funding and solely rely on volunteers as well as donations.  Many homeless shelters are like this.

I plan on going to my local Defense Commissary Agency and stocking up on the Johnson’s Head to Toe Baby Cleaning Cloths.  This way those at the shelter to include those whom come in solely to get a meal and shower can have something to bathe with.  Not everyone who comes to the shelter can or does stay, there are many reasons why. This can be due to lack of available beds or a variety of other reasons.  However, the shelter does let them come in and get a hot meal three times a day as well as to get a shower and clean clothes.  So if you are like me and your little ones are grown up, just remember that anyone not just babies can benefit from Johnson’s Head to Toe Baby Cleaning Cloths. You can even go out and hand them out with a bottle of water so that a homeless person can at least wash their face and hands.  There are so many ways to give back to the community in which you are apart of, be the civilian community and / or the Military community.

 

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