The goal of Crooked Creek Soap Company is to help generate funds to allow for the ongoing purchase and installation of water chlorination units wherever there is a need, world-wide. My wife and I are both recently retired, public school educators from Kentucky. I spent my career teaching middle school science, and my wife spent hers teaching kindergarten children. Our life's work has been to make the lives of others happier and healthier. Fourteen years ago, some friends of mine and I began to annually install water chlorination systems in third world countries where children and the elderly were drinking biologically contaminated water. Diarrhea, vomiting, malaise, and poor health were the result of the water they were drinking, day in and day out. The water systems we installed provided them with water that was both safe to drink and to cook with. These systems were placed in schools, medical clinics, children's camps, feeding centers, and hospitals. I didn't want to stop just because of retirement, so this summer, my wife and I decided to launch "Crooked Creek Soap Company" to allow us to continue the installation of these water systems wherever needed.
It is our desire that by using our hand-made, hand-poured, hand-cut, and hand-packaged soaps, you will find your skin feeling clean and supple, and your senses stimulated by the essential oils present in each bar of soap. We hope you purchase our soaps not only for their high quality, enticing scents, and beauty, but also as a means of supporting these water system projects, which we fondly refer to as “Waters of Grace”.