Generosity Global brings free shower services to Baltimore

05.08.20

Hygiene resources are more important than ever, but COVID-19 has made access even harder for our neighbors without homes.

But, The Mayors Office of Homeless Services and Generosity Global are changing that with portable shower services. Through summer, they'll be setting up shop 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 in peace. 

Check out the schedules below, and spread the word!

421 Front St. (Next to our downtown clinic)
9 a.m. - 1 p.m

 

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