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Bloomfield Fire Stations serve as drop-off points for Personal Hygiene Drive

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Credits: John Lee / TAPinto Bloomfield
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BLOOMFIELD, NJ - Bloomfield Firehouses will serve as drop-off locations for a township-wide hygiene products drive to help those in need.

Hygiene products of all sizes, including soaps and shampoo collected from the hotel on your last vacation, will be accepted. 

Toothbrushes, toothpaste and dental floss are needed. Dental health affects not only nutrition, and the ability to eat healthy foods, but plays a major role in heart health. Deodorant and hand sanitizer are also welcome.

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Baby products, especially wipes, will be collected. Feminine hygiene products are a part of this drive as well. 

Donations can be dropped off at these Bloomfield fire houses:

Bloomfield Fire HQ on Franklin Street across from the Police Station. 

Fire Station No. 2 on Watsessing Avenue

Fire Station No. 3 on East Passaic Ave near Saint Valentine Roman Catholic Church

Fire Station No. 4 on Broad Street near the Friendly's.

 

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