Challenging Hygiene Poverty alongside

Irish Schools

 

Challenging Hygiene Poverty alongside

Irish Schools

We’re asking schools to promote an understanding of Hygiene Poverty among their students. We can provide lesson plans and educational materials appropriate for both primary and secondary school students that teachers can use to start conversations about hygiene poverty, human dignity and taking action. By the end of the lesson(s) students will have a greater understanding of what hygiene poverty is, how it is affecting people in Ireland and how they can help.

We’re asking schools to promote an understanding of Hygiene Poverty among their students. We can provide lesson plans and educational materials appropriate for both primary and secondary school students that teachers can use to start conversations about hygiene poverty, human dignity and taking action. By the end of the lesson(s) students will have a greater understanding of what hygiene poverty is, how it is affecting people in Ireland and how they can help.

Can you support us?

Our Local Projects in Dublin, Cork, Wicklow, Kildare, Galway, Tipperary, and Donegal are always in need of supplies of hygiene products for our Community Partners. By fundraising for your Local Project or hosting a Hygiene Drive, your school can ensure that we can continue to provide essential hygiene, beauty and household cleaning products to those who need them.

To fundraise for The Hygiene Bank Ireland, email our team at here and we can provide you with event ideas, branded materials and tailored advice in making the most of your fundraising.

Or your school could host a Hygiene Drive where teachers, pupils and their families can donate essential products that will be provided to those who need them in your local community.

We will supply you with information on hygiene poverty, advice on how to run the best Hygiene Drive and posters and leaflets for the event. A dedicated Hygiene Bank Ireland volunteer will work with you to ensure your product donations are passed on accordingly.


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