Laundry Love helps low-income individuals manage laundry costs

Laundry Love helps Northland families each week

Managing laundry expenses can be hard, especially when you may not have the facilities or are experiencing homelessness. A program called Laundry Love is here to help.

Laundry Love is a program that offers assistance for those who are low-income with managing the costs of doing laundry.

Every Tuesday, if you show you up to Spin City Laundry in West Duluth from 8:30 a.m. to noon with your EBT card or a similar identification you can do your laundry for free. You can use the service twice a month.

Individuals are allowed up to two loads and families are allowed four. Laundry detergent is also provided. Volunteers from local churches like The Vineyard Church, St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Lakeside Presbyterian Church and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church help with the service.

There is no pre-registration for the service, just show up with yourself and your dirty laundry.