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Non-profit distributing 10M bottles of donated hand sanitizer

Posted 9/23/21

Arizona non-profit Arizonans for Children has received a donation of 10 million bottles of hand sanitizer from Healing Solutions in both 2-ounce and 16-ounce bottles.

The organization is donating …

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Neighbors

Non-profit distributing 10M bottles of donated hand sanitizer

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Arizona non-profit Arizonans for Children has received a donation of 10 million bottles of hand sanitizer from Healing Solutions in both 2-ounce and 16-ounce bottles.

The organization is donating the hand sanitizer to local organizations with no limit to the amount that each organization can acquire other than the load capacity of a vehicle. Chandler Unified School District was the first recipient of 84,350 bottles of hand sanitizer from the event, according to a release.

Pallets of the hand sanitizer will be available for pick-up 7 a.m.-noon Sept. 23-24 at the loading docks at 10219 N. Metro Parkway in Phoenix. The warehouse is the rear portion of the building labeled 10217. Arizona Rangers will be there for any necessary assistance in loading.

Arizonans for Children and Healing Solutions are not responsible for providing transportation of hand sanitizer.

Arizonans for Children Inc. incorporated as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit. Go to arizonansforchildren.org.

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