AUSTIN, Texas - Puracy, an Austin all-natural, personal care, and cleaning brand, has launched its #HoldTheLine campaign to help frontline workers battling COVID-19 and also families in need.
The initiative's aim is to donate as much sanitizer and soap as possible and it kicked off at the beginning of May. In the initiative's short time since its launch, Puracy says they've received more than 1,800 donation requests from around the country asking for sanitizer and soap.
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The company says it plans to donate 25% of its overall supply to those who need it most during the coronavirus pandemic.
So far, Puracy says it's donated more than 3,000 pounds of product with 42 donations going to hospitals in Texas, New York, and Michigan.
More than 1,300 bottles of sanitizer have been donated as well with more than 12 gallons recently shipped to Central Texas Food Bank.
Puracy was founded six years ago in Austin and its goal is to make non-toxic, plant-based cleaning and personal care products that are safe for families and the environment while working better than harsh chemical cleaners.
For more information about Puracy, you can go to its website.
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