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Red Cross & Tide Mobile Laundry in Hardest Hit Areas of NY

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Tide and the American Red Cross realize that little things—like clean clothes—can make a big difference to those who have lost the comforts of home.

Working With the Red Cross, Tide Loads of Hope Mobile Laundry Program Heads to Island Park, New York to Provide Free Laundry Services

Beginning Tuesday, November 13, the Tide Loads of Hope mobile laundry program, working with the American Red Cross, will bring its free laundry services to Island Park, New York.

There it will provide clean clothes to New York area residents and relief workers who are in need of resources and support following the damage caused by superstorm Sandy and the nor’easter.These residents and workers may drop off their laundry to be washed, dried and folded, free of charge.*

WHERE: Intersection of Long Beach Rd. and Warwick Blvd., Island Park, N.Y.

WHEN: Between 10 am and 2pm beginning Tuesday, November 13

*No bedding, jackets, or other large pieces will be accepted, and there is a limit of one load per family.

Tide will work with the Red Cross to evaluate how long its help is needed. It hopes that by providing free laundry services, it helps give hope to those who need it more.

Tide Loads of Hope was created in 2005 to provide free laundry services to families affected by Hurricane Katrina. Inspired by the resilience and spirit of the people of New Orleans, Tide expanded the program and has since helped families across the country affected by disaster.

Today, the program includes the Tide Loads of Hope truck outfitted with 32 energy-efficient Frigidaire® Affinity™ washers and dryers. Collectively, Tide has washed over 54,000 loads of laundry for more than 39,000 families impacted by disasters since the program launched.

Tide and the American Red Cross realize that little things—like clean clothes—can make a big difference to those who have lost the comforts of home.

You can learn more about Tides Loads of Hope at www.tideloadsofhope.com.

Tags: Sandy in NY.

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