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Toothbrushes are a great item to donate to so many different charities! They are inexpensive but oh so important! Perfect for hygiene kits for the homeless, and other shelters, sent to Military and veterans groups and include in various shoebox projects. You might be surprised to hear that children find them to be a very special treat in their Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts! I’ve compiled a list of the 10 best places to buy toothbrushes in bulk that you can donate.
Now, you COULD clip coupons to get some great deals. But what do you do if you need large quantities? It’s so much easier to purchase them at once, online and in BULK. I have found that everyone has a different opinion about toothbrushes, a different need, and a different price point. There is no right or wrong, you must decide what would works best for your needs. Here are the top 10 best places to buy toothbrushes in bulk!
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Top 10 Best Places to Buy Toothbrushes in Bulk:
If you have a small budget, but a big dream, you might want to ask local dentists and orthodontists in your area for donations! Not sure how to go about it? In my blog post about buying soap in bulk, I have a whole section on “Donations”! Check it out!
There are so many options available—from the small amount of a pack of 12 Colgate toothbrushes pictured here, to larger bulk options listed below:
- Check here for a pack of 55 toothbrushes
- Check here or here for 100 toothbrushes.
- Check here for 144 toothbrushes
- Check here for 1000 toothbrushes if you need a very large amount.
- Check here for all their toothbrushes sold in bulk
There is a pack of 144 for slightly lower quality but still individually wrapped, and perfect for many donation needs. These would be considered disposable or could only last for a few uses – so it is perfect for blessing bags and shelters.
2 **Dollar Tree
They carry some fun specialty children’s brushes. It is easier to purchase large amounts on the website rather than hunting through the stock at each store as many can’t carry large amounts. Get them shipped free to your local store for easy pickup. They have quite a variety of toothbrush holders as well.
CHECK HERE for a list of all the toothbrushes offered at Dollar Tree.
3 **Dollar Days
They have hundreds of options, starting with inexpensive disposable toothbrushes. CHECK HERE
Take the time to scroll through to see if any fit your needs. Shipping can be high, but you must factor in the price plus shipping, and combined might still be a great deal.
There are a bunch to choose from. Dr. Fresh appears to be the brand that is the best for your buck!
Here is a pack of 6. And HERE are all the other Dr. Fresh toothbrush selections.
If you need a large amount, just like Dollar Tree, it is easier to purchase toothbrushes in bulk online and have them shipped. Free Shipping at $35+
Their stock changes constantly and I’m not sure how long they will be available. Currently, I found this 100 pack, with free shipping.
6 **Kole Imports
They have a large variety of discounted items. The shipping can be high, but factor in the price savings plus the shipping and see if it is still a good deal for you.
The following 4 are frequently used by dentists and orthodontists for their needs. While I have never personally ordered from them, I have heard good reviews.
8 **Young Specialties (formerly Plak Smacker)
9 **Venture Six
Toothbrush Holders in Bulk:
You could include a toothbrush holder with your donated toothbrush. They would particularly be useful for shelters. I found these at Amazon:
You want to help others, but your family budget is a bit tight? Read my blog post: