Community of Clean is an AlEn USA initiative that seeks to bring a cleaner and more sustainable world—not only through our products and production processes, but also through initiatives that help our communities.
To that end, we recently donated 43,000 bottles of cleaning products to the Houston Food Bank to help families who are struggling to find and afford cleaning products during the COVID-19 crisis.
This is part of an ongoing program to support the Houston Food Bank and hurricane response initiatives with cleaning and laundry care products.
Houston Food Bank’s mission is to provide food for better lives. Last year we provided access to 104 million nutritious meals in 18 counties in southeast Texas through our 1,500 community partners which includes food pantries, soup kitchens, social service providers and schools. We have a strong focus on healthy foods and fresh produce. In addition to distributing food, we provide services and connections to programs that address the root causes of hunger and are aimed at helping families achieve long-term stability, including nutrition education, job training, health management and help with securing state-funded assistance. We are a resource for individuals and families in times of hardship. We are a solution to food waste, working with grocery stores and growers to rescue food before it reaches landfills. In collaboration with our community, we advocate for policy change and promote dialogue on ways to increase access to food and to improve the lives of those we serve. Houston Food Bank works alongside our partner food banks in Montgomery County, Galveston Country, and Brazos Valley. Houston Food Bank is a certified member of Feeding America, the nation’s food bank network, with a four-star rating from Charity Navigator.