Hotels for Humanity Donates to Operation Backpack

Hospitality Company provides hundreds of toiletry bottles for the homeless

. November 10, 2015

BOSTON, MA. NOVEMBER 10, 2015 - Hotels for Humanity recently donated hundreds of toiletry bottles to Operation Backpack, an initiative that provides goods for the homeless.

Ricky and Michelle Franzose are at the helm of The Least of These, the organization that offers the Operation Backpack program. Their initiative is a community effort, drawing together resources from friends, family, and colleagues to offer non-perishable snacks, toiletries, and more. All gifts are given inside a backpack so that the recipients can easily carry their new things. More information about The Least of These and Operation Backpack can be found at

About Hotels For Humanity

Hotels for Humanity is a provider of hotel solutions and supplies, but the company is also steadfast about collaborating with charities to give back to the world. Hotels for Humanity is humbled to donate to such an incredible cause.

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