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About KindnessKits

Kindness Kits

Kindness Kits are hygiene product packs containing personal care items (soap, deodorant, oral care), feminine hygiene essentials (tampons, pads, liners) or household helps (laundry detergent, dish soap).

Products are gathered or purchased with donated funds.

Volunteers then combine the items into kits.

Finished Kindness Kits are then provided to partner agencies like food pantries, police departments, organizations and schools who then distribute the kindness kits to those they serve.


Periodic additions (lip balm, washcloth, scrub brush) and additional kits are planned seasonally and as available. 


Personal Care

Soap, Shampoo, Deodorant, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Comb and more.


Period Pak

Tampons (Regular and Super), Panty Liners, Ultra Thin Pads, Wipes and more.


Household Help

Laundry Detergent, Dish Soap,

All Purpose Cleaner, Garbage Bag(s) plus...on a rotating basis.

Partner Agencies

Organizations and schools receiving (and distributing) Kindness Kits in 2023 include:

Washington County

  • Angel's Share

  • Blair Police Department

  • Blair Library

  • Bridge From Violence (The Bridge)

  • Washington County Food Pantry


Saunders County

  • Saunders County Food Pantry, Wahoo

  • Wahoo Community Schools

  • Wahoo Police Department

  • Wahoo Public Library

Dodge County

  • Bridge From Violence (The Bridge)

  • Dodge County Head Start (beg Dec 2023)

  • Fremont Police Department

Douglas County

  • The Beautiful Gate

  • Valley Public Library

Burt County

  • Tekamah Public Library 

Harrison County, IA

  • Logan Police Department

  • Missouri Valley Library

  • Missouri Valley Police Department

  • Sunrise Community Church Non-Food Pantry

  • WCCA Food Pantry, Logan

Monona County, IA

  • WCCA Food Pantry, Onawa

  • Onawa Mobile Pantry (October 2023)

Blair Radio does not distribute Kindness Kits.  

Partner Agencies

About Kindness Kits

What better time to launch a new program then the beginning of a new year?  Clean Start 2023 was a first quarter 2023 initiative to spread the word about the newly launched Kindness Kits program, collect hygiene products, engage partner agencies and help our neighbors.  You heard more about our program on Blair Radio.  Miss the interview?  Find it here.

January - Kindness Kit program announced, first product is gathered, first business donations received, first 50 kits prepared and applications taken from 5 potential agency partners.

February - First kits delivered with deliveries planned to Angel's Share, Blair Community Schools, Washington County Food Pantry and more. Cobalt Credit Union holds a product drive at it's Blair location inside Family Fare and more than 700+ items were given away

March - Jackie Dodd joins us as program coordinator!  Thrivent Action Event planned to purchase and pack Personal Care Kindness Kits and by the end of the month more than 3000 items were distributed between schools, police departments, food pantries and other organizations in four counties with organizations in two more counties planned to come on board in April.

Kindness History


Initial donations were received from friends of Blair Healing Rooms.

We hope to mention your favorite company here alongside our first business donors:​

  • Country Auto

  • Dollar General Blair Distribution Center

  • Family Dental Center of Blair - Dr. Brock Lewis, DDS 

  • Jakes Sports Bar & Grill

  • Walmart of Blair ($100 gift card)

Pack the Park 2023 Donations received from:

  • Dollar General Blair Distribution Center

  • Heartland Family Dentistry

  • Promedcare

  • First Baptist Church, Blair, NE

  • Joe Peleska - State Farm Insurance Agent

  • FM 94.7 Blair Radio


  • Kits packed by volunteers of Christ Lutheran Church

Hygiene Sponsors
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