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Largo company launches websites to help seniors get toilet paper

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Posted at 5:19 AM, Apr 01, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-01 07:50:13-04

Pinellas County business Bath Masters saw a need in the community and launched two ways to help people.

Right now, they're collecting toilet paper for seniors and those in at-risk communities.

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All you have to do is go to for information on how to donate. Businesses can give pallets, if they have it, and residents can drop off toilet paper at the company's headquarters in Largo.

"So we basically started this program called, specifically targeting toward our senior citizens and other at-risk communities, but mostly seniors who might be running low. There's a lot of things to be stressed about right now, and we didn't want that to be one of them," explains Aaron Doerges with Bath Masters.

COMPLETE COVERAGE OF CORONAVIRUS is where senior citizens or others in need can let them know they need a few rolls to get them through a few days.

Residents need to fill out a request form first. Then, a volunteer will contact you to pick it up or have it delivered.

"The toilet paper that we've gotten so far we've actually been able to purchase from supply companies that normally would supply the bars, which are now not open," explains Doerges. "So we were able to get a bunch of it through there, but if there's anyone who has a bunch sitting around and wants to put it to good use, we're happy to help with that."