Mesa soap manufacturer The Soap Gal recently donated 4,500 pounds of soap — roughly 70,000 bars — to Phoenix Rescue Mission in support of Arizonans who are facing homelessness.
The Soap Gal creates skin products utilizing food grade oils and all-natural ingredients, so these individuals will be provided with high-quality soap, according to a release.
Founder Joanna Couch has studied and refined product formulas for some of the biggest names in the soap business, the release states.
For over a decade, she has been creating quality skin products and is passionate about using only food grad oils, pure essential oils and phosphate-free fragrance, the release states.
For more information on The Soap Gal, go to thesoapgal.com.
Phoenix Rescue Mission is a provider of Christ-centered, life-transforming solutions to persons facing hunger, homelessness, addiction and trauma. The nonprofit mission, which has been operating since 1952, is asking the public for support of its many programs designed to transform lives, including Hope for Hunger Food Bank, Hope Coach Street Outreach, Temporary Shelter Programs, Men’s Addiction Recovery Program and the Changing Lives Center for Women and Children.
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