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Clean clothes stop kids from skipping school

Having to wear dirty clothes to school can be so mortifying that some students may choose to skip class. Whirlpool donated washing machines to 17 schools in the US, helping kids get their laundry done on campus and improving their attendance, participation and motivation in turn.

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