Personal Products Pantry Drive

b\well and HOW are hosting a Spring Personal Products Pantry Drive! We will be collecting donations for HOW’s Personal Product Pantry from May 27 – June 2.

In addition to the services we provide for women with chronic illness on the Outer Cape, HOW operates a Food and Personal Care Products Pantry – open to anyone in need from Eastham to Provincetown.

While SNAP helps address food insecurity – a major challenge in our rural community – these benefits don’t cover essential non-food items such as toothpaste, menstrual pads, bath soap, and household cleaner.

Together with your support, we can provide these items to help ease the burden of cost, transportation, and worry that may come with chronic illness or economic hardship.

Your donations help make it possible for us to offer these items to those in need!

Come say hello! We’ll be at a table with a basket for donations on the following days:  

Friday, May 27:

  • Firehouse at 254 Commercial Street, near Town Hall in Provincetown from 10am-2pm
  • b\well at 220 Commercial Street in Provincetown from 2pm-4pm

Saturday, May 28: 

  • Stop and Shop at 56 Shank Painter Road in Provincetown from 11am-1pm
  • b\well from 2pm-4pm

Tuesday, May 31:

  • Eastham Library  at 190 Samoset Rd #3145, Eastham from 10am-12pm
  • Truro Library at 7 Standish Way, North Truro from 2pm-4pm

Baskets for donated items will also be set out at b\well, HOW, Eastham Library, and Truro Library from May 27 – June 2. 


Most Requested Items:

Toilet Paper (individual rolls) 

Facial Tissue


Menstrual Pads & Tampons

Adult Diapers

Denture Cream

Dental Floss

Contact Solution

Shampoo / Conditioner

Body Wash / Soap

Body Lotion

Liquid Hand Soap

Toothbrush / Toothpaste

Eco-friendly Dish & Laundry Detergent

Eco-friendly All-purpose Cleaner

*Unopened, fragrance-free, hypoallergenic, and naturally formulated products are greatly appreciated!*

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