Our board members are volunteers who donate their time to help our organization work toward its mission. For the current fiscal year, 50% of board members have contributed to our organization by donating funds and/or soap.
We are fortunate to have a diverse group of board members, representative of the people we help.
Lemon Grove, CA
Kerri is a 16th-generation soap maker, federal employee, college graduate, and our founder. Soap Donation Center grew from her 2021 philanthropic vision of a tax-exempt charity to collect homemade soap and distribute the soap to charities and those in need of soap.
Danielle believes everyone should have access to cleanliness, which not only makes one healthier physically but also boosts self-esteem and emotional health. Her hope is to help those in need to feel more human and taken care of in hard times.
Brenda, former teacher and IT professional, and now soap maker, hopes the Soap Donation Center can bring comfort and be a mood lifter to those who will experience the soap contributed through our organization.
La Mesa, CA
Nanette, a US Army veteran, thinks Soap Donation Center is a good match to share her soapmaking passion with a wider community. Nanette explains, “It feels good to be a member of an organization that supports soap makers to aid people one soap bar at a time.”
El Cajon, CA
Susan believes nothing feels better than feeling good about yourself and everyone should have access to that opportunity. She is grateful to contribute to an organization focused on bettering conditions for others and helping them feel good in their skin and more positive about themselves.
San Diego, CA
Harbor City, CA
Kenia's hope is for someone in need to enjoy a renewed feeling of grateful relief and freshness. Just as she enjoys making handmade soap, she hopes others will enjoy receiving the soap and be inspired to improve life and hygiene.
Rebecca is excited to be a small part in helping those in need have a cleaner future.