The United Way of Washington County (UWWC) has been graciously gifted a large amount of foam sanitizer to distribute to Washington County schools, non-profits, churches, and individuals.
The product will be available to pick up on or after Wednesday July 28, 2021, at Hearty Helpings Food Pantry located at 749 Main St., Greenville, but we encourage anyone interested in receiving this product to please call ahead and reserve an amount. Details on pickup dates and times will be released next week. If you or your business is interested in securing any hand sanitizer, please contact Executive Director Jennifer Russell at 662-332-5371 or email@example.com with your name, the amount you would like to reserve, who will be picking up and a contact number.
“With COVID lingering in our community, as well as other communicable illnesses, safety and cleanliness is still a high priority,” said Executive Director Jennifer Russell. “Our county is very fortunate to be given this opportunity to disburse free hand sanitizer to all who are in need. We encourage any educational facilities, charities, churches or other places that gather to call us to reserve their hand sanitizer.”
About the Product
The sanitizer being distributed is 7-ounce bottles of PAYA aerosol antiseptic foam containing 62% ethyl alcohol. This product is made in the USA, fast-acting, lightweight and requires no rinsing. It will be available in cases containing 24 bottles. Pallets containing 80 cases each will also be available.
About United Way of Washington County
The United Way of Washington County allocates funds to 10 community nonprofit agencies in Washington County. The Boys & Girls Club of Washington County, Community Counseling Center, Greenville Office of the American Red Cross, the Hodding Carter Memorial YMCA, Delta Kidney Foundation, Greenville Renaissance Scholars, United Way Housing Initiative, Girls Scouts Heart of the South, Delta Health System Prescription Medication Program and Leland Fuller Center for Housing all have been approved for UWWC funding during 2021. UWWC began as a community fund in the 1940s. Any agency requesting UWWC assistance must have a 501C3 status, a governing Board of Directors, a physical address and must adhere to the reporting requirements established by the UWWC Board of Directors. The UWWC does not provide individual assistance but funds 501C3 agencies. For more information or to make a pledge you may call 662-332-5371 or visit www.unitedwayofwashingtoncounty.com. Please follow us on Facebook and Instagram. #UWWCMS