Generosity Global brings free shower services to Baltimore

06.24.19

Summer is in full swing and so is the Baltimore heat. Now, imagine having to face the sticky humidity without a safe, private and clean place to shower.

For our neighbors without homes, this is the reality all year long.

But, Generosity Global is changing that with portable shower services. Over the next few months, they'll be setting up shop at two locations outside of our downtown clinic and offering those experiencing homelessness (up to 120 people a day!) a place to enjoy something most of us take for granted - a place to clean up and cool down in peace. 

Check out the schedules for each site below, and spread the word!

400 Bath St. (Next to our downtown clinic)
10 a.m. - 3 p.m

July

August

Tuesday, July 2

Tuesday, July 9

Thursday, July 11

Tuesday, July 16

Thursday, July 18

Tuesday, July 23

Thursday, July 25

Tuesday, July 30

Thursday, August 1

Tuesday, August  6

Thursday, August 8

Tuesday, August 13

Thursday, August 15

Tuesday, August 20

Thursday, August 22

Tuesday, August 27

Thursday, August 29


205 Holliday St. (Next to Hollywood Diner)
Every Second Saturday of the month
9 a.m.-2 p.m.

  • July 13
  • August 10
  • September 13
  • October 12
  • November 9

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