Tide Loads of Hope | Good Everyday
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Set Tide Loads of Hope as your cause and turn your P&G Good Everyday actions into donations.
THE P&G GOOD EVERYDAY IMPACT
Join us in supporting Tide Loads of Hope in their efforts to provide clean loads of laundry and hope to people in need.
days’ worth of detergent for clean clothes for a person in need
People working together to help our community reach its goal
A legacy of doing good. A commitment to doing better.
Tide Loads of Hope has provided 90,000 loads of clean laundry to people since 2005. Unfortunately, there will be more times of crisis. Together, we can do better — which is why we created P&G Good Everyday. This new program is for us to join forces with you and work together to solve real problems every day.
A load of hope goes a long way
When natural disasters strike or communities are faced with times of crisis, the lives of hundreds of families are immediately turned upside-down. It is during these trying times that a simple chore, like doing laundry, can become the hardest to complete. And because clean clothes and fresh laundry bring a sense of dignity and comfort, it’s also one of the most important. Providing communities with this ability is a crucial step in restoring routines and helping families get back on their feet.
Since 2005, Tide Loads of Hope has provided 90,000 loads of clean laundry to people affected by natural disasters, including tornadoes and flooding in the Midwest, hurricanes in Florida and wildfires in California. They also directly distribute cleaning supplies and personal care kits with basic hygiene essentials in the affected areas.
To power the trucks and deliver the items, Tide partners with Matthew 25: Ministries, an international humanitarian aid and disaster-relief organization. With mobile laundry units provided by Whirlpool, the trucks quickly deploy to the site of the disaster and provide free support to those in need.
Let’s work together to provide the detergent. Tide will keep the wheels of the laundry trucks turning, the laundry units spinning and the hope unloading — so when the next crisis arises, they’ll be ready.