RAPID CITY, S.D, (KOTA TV) - The HOPE Center asked for laundry soap and Regional Health delivered.
The User Access team collected enough laundry detergent for over eight thousand loads.
In just two weeks, Regional Health workers collected hundreds of pounds of laundry detergent to help homeless people wash their clothes. The donation will last for about a year for the HOPE Center. The Hope Center does about 12 loads of laundry a day. From January to November over 1,600 people signed up to go wash their clothes.
"We are here to help and everybody has a need. And we can go with that," says Regional Health User Access member Chris Vanderhoof.
The HOPE Center is still asking for donations.