John and his roommate, Daniel Cruz, traveled to Kenya earlier this year to launch this effort. They set up mini factories there and started teaching business practices to some eager, young adults, who have aged-out of their orphanages. The young adults then sell the bars for roughly $1 a piece in Africa and donate a bar to their affiliated orphanage or village. John's roommate, Daniel Cruz, says this provides the young people with a hand-up as opposed to a handout. "More than just giving them a bar of soap and walking away… it's teaching them to fish.” Health 2 Humanity provides the ingredients needed, the training and even salaries to several people in Africa. H2H hopes to hire a couple more next year. To do that, the non-profit needs grow its revenue here in the states. To help sell the H2H soap or buy some, log onto h2hsoap.org. You can also find H2H on Facebook and Twitter.