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Soapbox soaps donates to Camillus House.

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* Soapbox Soaps co-founder David Simnick recently visited Camillus House, a long-running non-profit agency serving the poor and homeless in South Florida, to tour the facilities and make a donation to the organization's Shower Program, which offers free, hot showers to homeless men and women three days a week.

"SoapBox is so proud to partner with the empowering programs of Camillus House. We look forward to continuing this amazing partnership to help those most in need here in the US. We thank you for your support, every purchase helps us give more," commented Simnick.

Camillus House has provides a broad range of social and health services to more than 12,000 men, women and children on an annual basis. Soapbox's donation will allow Camillus House to continue helping more than 150 individuals each day through the Shower Program.

Alexandria, VA-based Soapbox Soaps' hair care products are now available in Target stores.

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