Kimberly-Clark Professional donates products to those in need
Kimberly-Clark Professional has kicked-off the festive season
with a donation of over 22 pallets products to Youth Off the
Streets, Oz Harvest and National Council of Childhood Grief.
Youth Off the Streets has just received over a pallet load of Kleenex toilet tissue and facial tissue that will be sent onto Crisis Refuge, Don Bosco House and the new Cordeaux Heights Centre which will soon become a school and residential service.
Jill Summers from Youth off the Streets said "These products will be of great practicality to our services and will be of great cost saving. It's reassuring to know we have such generosity and support from Kimberly-Clark employees. Thank you to Kimberly-Clark for all your support".
Around 40,000 rolls of Kleenex toilet tissue were also donated to Oz Harvest which will go to refuges, community centres and churches that run food parcel programmes for those living in poverty. This is the first time Oz harvest has received a donation of toilet paper and they were extremely grateful as it's an expensive grocery item for their recipients.
Tom Sawkins from Oz Harvest said "Thank you to Kimberly-Clark for all your support. One can't get by without toilet paper".
Kimberly-Clark's had a relationship with the National Centre for Childhood Grief (NCCG) for a
number of years now and we continue to support them through ongoing product donations, this time donating over a pallet of Kleenex toilet tissue and Kleenex facial tissue.
Valda Tucker from NCCG said "This donation saves the National Centre for Childhood Grief money that can now be put toward more resources as we seek to help children learn to live with the death of a loved one."