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Second Wave from High Ridge Brands

June 25, 2014

Another donation of 1 million-plus soap, shampoo headed out to those in need.

High Ridge Brands is ready to make its second donation of 1 million-plus showers-worth of soap, shampoo, conditioner and body wash products to 20 organizations identified by Family-to-Family's Shower To The People Program. These organizations serve impoverished American families.

This brings the total number of communities reached by Family-to-Family's Shower To The People program to 39, covering 36 states and the District of Columbia.

The latest recipient communities will include Washington D.C., Detroit, MI, New Orleans, LA, Baltimore, MD, Philadelphia, PA, Pacoima, CA, Youngstown, OH, Nashville, TN, Las Vegas, NV and Boston, MA.

Family-to-Family is working with select Boys & Girls Clubs, public schools, social service agencies and food pantries to distribute the products.

This donation will bring the total number of donated personal care items by High Ridge Brands in the last eight months to 3 million+ showers-worth of products.

"High Ridge Brands is dedicated to helping families in need across the country. We take pride in having the opportunity to provide those less fortunate with a fresh start in the morning," said James Daniels, CEO of High Ridge Brands. "High Ridge Brands is proud to support Family-to-Family for the second year in a row. Their 'Shower To The People' program has the ability to reach our country's poorest neighborhoods, and helps provide these families with the most essential and high quality hygiene products."

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