Our Community, Our responsibility

Doing something for someone else simply out of the kindness of your heart speaks volumes about who you are as a person. When we help others, it gives them a chance to shine and you never know just how much that could mean to them when they are feeling low. Although most people today are motivated by what they get in return, we should learn to help with no expectation of repayment; for we shall be repaid with joy and fulfillment in countless other ways.  “You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.”  – John Bunyan

NOTICE: As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic continues to escalate, we have some
important updates.

We adapt and keep to our mission. 

Our mission: 

To provide proper hygiene to those in need, for better health in our community.  

Proper hygiene is a right not a privilege. 

 

 

2019  597 showers

 

2018 680 volunteers, 2720 hours= $68,196.60

 

2017 we distributed over 67,000 bags of food

One Drop can fill an ocean, let us do our part.

These hygiene items immediately help low-income families with small children, students, battered women, veterans, senior citizens, former prisoners and the mentally ill. Our services provide products that allow children to attend school feeling fresh, comfortable and open to the learning environment. They help young adults address issues needed to gain employment and have an opportunity for improved health, hope and dignity. From homeless teens to single moms, veterans to recently released prisoners, CareBag Inc. positively impacts members of our community from many walks of life. We serve children and families of all ethnicities and religious beliefs.

This change will change a life, change a community, AND ultimately the next generation

We bring dignity, health and opportunity to thrive to struggling children and adults through procurement, fulfillment and distribution of hygiene products.

Make a difference

Our Projects

We are implementing our plan for another Mobile Shower Unit which is not for the homeless alone, but for individuals and families that are at risk.

Access to water and sanitation is a basic human right. It is important because it’s about so much more than just a shower or using a private toilet – it’s about providing dignity to people.

Our focus will be on the 4 counties on the Treasure Coast and our surrounding borders. However, we will also be available for assistance in disaster relief and other outreach efforts.

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