Scotties Facial Tissues Welcomes The Homeless Into Permanent Housing

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Scotties Facial Tissues.

I absolutely love sharing stories of people helping others. I fully support Scotties Facial Tissues as they welcome the homeless into permanent housing. I can’t even imagine the love these people feel.

January was a great month for 100 homeless people in Boston who are now living in permanent supportive housing thanks to the generosity of The Pine Street Inn. The Pine Street Inn is the largest resource for the homeless in the state of Massachusetts. They provide emergency shelters for the homeless, have street teams, they offer job placement programs as well as many other resources.

In a partnership with Scotties Facial Tissues, the new residents were welcomed into their new homes with comfort care packs. In an effort to kick off 2017 with a worthy cause, Scotties provided each of the 100 residents with a queen-sized fleece blanket, warm slipper socks, a mug with hot cocoa and marshmallows, and of course boxes of soft Scotties tissues! These small gifts of comfort can be just what may be needed to turn a house into a home. For so many homeless people, who have not had a room of their own for a long time, this acted as one small step in their journey to a better life for themselves.

Maria, who has lived in her beautiful home for the last three months was previously homeless.  She has made her home her own by beautifully decorating it in the style of her native home, Columbia.  She is eager to put the Scotties blanket to use this winter!

Disclosure: Everything Mommyhood was compensated for this posting. All thoughts and opinions are those of our own. If you would like to see your product/services featured on Everything Mommyhood, please contact us at EverythingMommyhood@gmail.com

Comments

  1. Thsi is so great and meaningful. I will only buy Scotties now (seriously), tissues make no difference to me, what kind they are, but if it can make such a difference to others why would you not?

  2. This is a good thing. I like companies that do this. I know in most cases people can find everything but paper products like tissues, toilet paper etc. They might get food assistance but it doesnt cover things like this. Thanks for posting this! I use Scotties, and now it makes it even better

  3. Tamra Phelps says:

    It’s great to see a company give back to the less fortunate in this way. I hope they keep doing this.

  4. This is really wonderful. Next time I’m getting tissues, I’m getting Scotties!

  5. This is really awesome of Scotties!

  6. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    What a wonderful thing to do. I am happy Scotties participated in this. We have so many needy people in our country that really need help. Thank you so much for sharing

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