Recycled hotel soaps for the needy

Let's act, each at our own level 🍃 💪

In October, UNISOAP launched its ambassador community, to great fanfare!
When the APICIL Group, one of our long-standing partners, offered us one of their advertising spaces on France TV replays, we saw a great opportunity to highlight our actions on a large scale 📽
No need for long speeches, just watch this video to understand UNISOAP's ecological, social and solidarity-based project!

Partner, donor and now ambassador: everyone can act at their own level to 
  • Raise the profile of the initiative;
  • Diffuse good practices;
  • Support an impact project;
  • Actively participate in the project.

And help us to:
  • Fight against waste and recycle more soaps ; 
  • Give more people access to hygiene.

📣 Captains and future captains, you too can support us and join our community of ambassadors!
Together, we can have even more impact 🤝

UNISOAP in the field 🚐 update

UNISOAP in the field 🚐

"I'm going to take a shower!" 🚿
You have to get out in the field to really understand how commonplace this phrase is for those without access to hygiene.
 
The UNISOAP team spent an afternoon following the Vroom Shower. This is the camper van that Béchir Dridi has transformed into a mobile shower, and which provides over 300 showers a month for homeless people in Lyon.
 
Beyond simple showers, the Vroom Shower offers a convivial moment with beneficiaries. By creating a bond with them, Béchir gives them back access to hygiene, health, but also and above all, self-esteem.

We are proud to contribute to the actions of our partner associations and to have seen first-hand the positive impact of the hygiene products we distribute (UNISOAP recycled soaps and hygiene kits).

Together, we can go even further 🌍 🧼

UNISOAP takes recycling one step further! ♻️ update

UNISOAP takes recycling one step further! ♻️

At UNISOAP, we're committed to transforming waste from the hospitality sector into resources for the underprivileged.

Beyond recycled soaps, we're now makinghygiene kits to cover ever more needs. The kits are thus made up of a UNISOAP soap and products collected from cosmetics brands and manufacturers (if you know of a brand that knows... that would like to donate products 😉).

For their manufacture, it's quite natural that we chose to work with a second ALGED structure: ESAT Robert Lafon.
Through their sewing workshop, we're carrying out one more ecological action and a great partnership! 🍃

We explain:
➡️ The pouch you see in the photo comes from the recycling of sheets and comforter covers from Blanchisserie Morellon, a major player in linen rental and care since 1890.
They
discard 1 cart of linen per week (clean linen damaged, with holes, torn, etc..., from hotels and healthcare facilities).
We recover and recycle this linen to make pouches that house hygiene kits, destined for our partner charities. 🤝

All this wouldn't be possible without your support!
Together, we can have even more impact 🌍

Unisoap thanks you!

Discover Unisoap's video greetings.

Over 28,000 soaps recycled and distributed to people in need updateDistribution of hygiene kits (UNISOAP recycled soap, shampoo, mouthwash, etc.) to the most needy.

Over 28,000 soaps recycled and distributed to people in need

The year 2023 is off to a good start for UNISOAP: we've now reached 28,000 soaps recycled and distributed to people in need 🧼 And that's thanks to your support! We aim to recycle more soaps to give over 100,000 people access to hygiene by the end of 2023. The development of our new machine is progressing and will enable us to speed up soap cleaning and production as a whole. At the same time, we are increasingly developing hygiene kits (UNISOAP recycled soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.), distributed through our partner charities. Made up of several products, they cover even more hygiene needs and improve the self-esteem of the most underprivileged. We recently joined forces with Fraternité Lyon Centre to distribute over 100 kits. Together, we'll be going even further to promote sustainable tourism and provide access to hygiene! 🚀

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