Fighting Coronavirus with Soap, in Vermont & Around the World

Twincraft Skincare is working to bring bar soap to those in need during the Coronavirus pandemic, both locally through Vermont non-profits and internationally through our Clean the World partnership.

Local Support in Vermont

Twincraft Skincare employees are working hard to bring essential supplies to those in need, providing bar soap to local non-profits one carload at a time.

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If you work for a Vermont non-profit, or would like to request a bar soap donation on behalf of an organization in need, please submit a request for a donation.


Our Clean the World Partnership

Clean the World Foundation, a leader in global health dedicated to water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and global sustainability, has partnered with us to help bring soap to those in need. Since this partnership launched at the end of 2018, they have worked to distribute over 2.3 million bars of recycled soap around the world and provided approximately 280,000 bars of soap for inclusion in hygiene kits that are distributed to those in need in the US. Together, we have also prevented 449,878 pounds of waste from polluting landfills across the globe.

“Both the CDC and World Health Organization have adamantly expressed, handwashing with soap and water as one of the most important ways of staying healthy,” says Sam Stephens, executive director of Clean the World Foundation. “As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to climb, Clean the World Foundation is committed to responding with hygiene supplies in the days and weeks ahead. We are extremely thankful to Twincraft for their generous support.”    

Clean the World has already processed almost 1.5 million bars of soap to be delivered across North America in response to COVID-19. Shipments went out this week to New York, Washington state, Louisiana, Missouri, and Florida. Through its efforts and vital partnerships with companies like Twincraft Skincare, Clean the World has enough soap to continue its relief efforts until the crisis is resolved.  

“The bottom line is that soap saves lives.  We are profoundly blessed to be in this business right now and will continue to do our part to keep up with the high demand, during this crisis.  Our goal through this crisis is to get the soap to those Americans in need right now.   We cherish our partnership with Clean the World and know that our donations are getting directly to the people who need them most,”  Peter Asch, CEO, Twincraft Skincare.