About Us

Our vision is a country where all have access to proper hygiene, where communities see the importance of human rights for all.

CareBag Inc. is a 501C3 nonprofit organization founded in January 2017 that provides proper hygiene through various components. For example, the mobile shower units, operation center, and hygiene pantry cover ages 0 to 100+.  We provide diapers, Depends, wipes, and much more while ensuring that dignity is observed. CareBag Inc. is power-driven by volunteers of all ages who live by the organization’s creed that proper hygiene is essential to those in need for better health and wellness in the community.

Just as we have food insecurities, we have hygiene insecurities. When families cannot afford a gallon of milk or a whole chicken to feed their families, how can they afford diapers, depends, or deodorant. It is inconceivable that even with government assistance, hygiene items cannot be attained. How do struggling families our elderly get the personal items in this age of this unprecedented times where your life depends on your hygiene. The health and wellness of our community are paramount CareBag Inc. serves the Treasure Coast and the West Palm Beach area; we have the best of the best and the worst of the worst. We have over 5000 school-age children enrolled as homeless in the areas we serve.

Since March 2020, our Happy Bottoms Project has distributed over 105,000 diapers, wipes and Depends, over 98,700 toiletries to families struggling, including our homeless packs. Our mobile shower units rotate at various sites for our “neighbors without walls,” and our mobile hygiene pantry travels to multiple communities assisting our elderly unable to travel. In addition, we have distributed over 58,000 masks of various types to individuals, hospitals, schools, and businesses as we all can do our part. Our mission is to support all in the health and wellness of our community and country.

Thank you”

Rozanne Brown, Founder | CEO

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Our History

2021 Careology Radio show the “Science of Caring” debuted January 5th on WPSL live every Tuesday at 6:05 pm to 7 pm. This national platform allows for Careology a subsidery of CareBag Inc. to share how we impact and what resources we offer alongside various other community leaders—caring and supporting our community in a collaborative effort for our community’s health and well-being.

2021 CareBag Inc. opened its first brick and mortar

2020 CareBag Inc. was fortunate with the generous support of Treasure Coast Hope for the Homeless, The Southern Eagle Foundation, and A&G Pools to acquire a second Mobile shower unit for use within the Treasure Coast and Palm Beaches.

In August 2020, CareBag Inc. opened up a 1000 square foot office space to meet the community’s needs. 6985 Hancock Drive in Port St. Lucie, so individuals and families can receive hygiene items needed not provided through government assistance.

2020 over 105,000 Diaper and Depends had been distributed during the pandemic.

In November of 2019, CareBag Inc. has the first-ever in the State of Florida Mobile Hygiene Pantry. This allows us to reach those unable to travel. Over 11,000 have been served since February 2020. Thanks to the generosity of 100 Women who Care for Palm City.

2019 CareBag Inc. CareBag purchased the 1st mobile shower unit to provide dignity and hope to our neighbors without walls.

During 2018 we have seen a growing number of children that have been caught up in the cycle. Over 1500 in the St. Lucie School district grades K – 12th have registered as homeless. CareBag is front and center, assisting in helping during their transition.

Throughout 2017 we distributed over 67,000 bags of food items and over 98,700 personal items and clothes to the homeless throughout the Treasure Coast into Jupiter. As a result, four families transitioned from woods to homes.

January 2017, CareBAg Inc. became its own entity and 501(C)3 status.

In 2016 CareBag Ministry distributed over 30,000 ‘Care Bags’ of food and over 40,000 personal items, including clothing, just in St. Lucie County. None of it could have been possible without the support of the Treasure Coast 7th -Day Church of God

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