TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The Laundry Project will be working with local Tampa authorities to provide complimentary laundry services to lower-income families and hospitality workers currently out of work.
Beginning Wednesday, Current Initiatives will host one to two Laundry Projects per week, over the course of six weeks.
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- Florida is reporting 85,926 cases and 3,061 deaths
- Florida in Phase Two of reopening
- Cases have spiked in past week, Gov. DeSantis says due to increased testing
Time slots will be pre-registered to families.
The city will have other services on hand to serve families during the projects, such as food distribution.
Those interested in helping can donate to the COVID-19 Laundry Project Relief via their website.
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