The Soap & Towel Campaign

The Soap & Towel Campaign is a non-profit organization dedicated to building awareness of the homeless needs at a local level through the collection of toiletries and bedding while providing awareness of the cause. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through your donations and your time.

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Grab a Bar of Soap & Throw in the Towel

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Urgent Projects

Our Mission

Unfortunately, shelters are seeing an increase in displaced families so we seek donations of new twin size bed sheets, especially those with character prints for young boys and girls. These sheets need to be new, as they will continue on with the families to their new permanent housing! Think about donating today.

Both locally and nationally the Soap & Towel Campaign is a vocal advocate for the homeless and displaced. We promote the cause to every corner of the nation to help children, families, and individuals in need.

Homelessness isn't seasonal, which is why our year-round drives are so important. Devote an afternoon to stocking your local homeless shelters shelves and see first-hand the families we help daily.

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Meet Our Team

Josh Schmuck

Worker, solver, optimist, and university manager.

Adam Walt

Foodie, theatre technician, geek extraordinaire, and university liaison.

Isaac Fox

Expresso connoisseur, researcher, analyst, futurist, and regional director .







  • 1 in 4 veterans are homeless
  • Approximately 1.35 million children are homeless (39% of the homeless population).
  • As many as 3.5 million people experience homelessness in a given year
  • A bottle of shampoo can shower 10 people

    A bar of soap will be cut into 6 pieces


    A towel will dry 3 people

When is the last time you dried yourself with a third of a towel or were handed a tiny 1" square piece of soap to clean yourself?