Meghan Markle & Prince Harry partner Procter & Gamble help residents impacted by Hurricane Ida

Meghan Markle's & Prince Harry's Archewell Foundation have a charitable link with US Corporation Procter & Gamble. P&G are bringing some practical assistance to residents in Louisiana after Hurricane Ida left more than a million residents without power. P&G are assisting families, individuals, and first responders in need of personal care items and cleaning products AND will also do a couple of loads of laundry for them. 

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P&G have set up their Tide Loads of Hope Mobile Laundry Unit in conjunction with a local non-profit Matthew 25: Ministries. The mobile laundry vehicle has begun services in LaPlace, Louisiana at the Walmart Supercenter and will provide free, full-service laundry to residents affected by the recent hurricane. Residents can bring clothes (up to two loads per household) to be washed, dried and folded. 

In a press release P&G say that they have a "history of giving back to the communities where they live and work, and they wanted to provide everyday essentials to those who need it most to help bring a sense of normalcy in this time of need."

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