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There is a homeless crisis in Los Angeles and Mel, co-founder of The Shower of Hope, shares that he has built a program that gives people living on the streets a chance to take a shower. The Shower of Hope gives 600-700 showers a week with 4 mobile shower units. They get soap, toothpaste, towel and everything you need for a shower, plus fresh clothes. Color Proof Color Care Authority is giving Shower of Hope $5,000 worth of product for the program. Find out how you can help people get a warm shower.