Personal hygiene should be everyone’s right. However, maintaining adequate personal hygiene is among the biggest challenges of those living in poverty-stricken areas. More and more people are choosing to go without simple toiletries such as toothpaste, tampons, and shampoo in order to afford food to feed their hungry families. What is being referred to as “Hygiene Poverty”, is now extremely problematic, especially among young people ages 18-24 years.
Hygiene-related diseases include body lice, scabies, dental problems, athletes foot, head lice, Pubic lice “crabs” and many more.
Once your information is linked to Promise Hill Project, your purchases will be recorded automatically to Promise Hill Project's Good Neighbor account. Tom Thumb will keep a running total, and each calendar quarter, Tom Thumb will send Promise Hill Project a check for one percent of the total amount.
You can have up to three organizations linked to your Tom Thumb Loyalty account. The amount directed to Promise Hill Project is based on the total number of organizations linked to each Loyalty account in a household.