Massage Envy Donation Request

Massage Envy locations are dedicated to providing professional and affordable therapeutic massage and facial services to consumers with busy lifestyles at convenient times and locations. Founded in 2002 we are an exceptional growth story with over 1050 units in 49 states. Published by Paula Stapley. Healing Hands for Arthritis began in 2011; it has been running for four consecutive years. Despite striking 50 million Americans, arthritis is an often-misunderstood disease that is disproportionately associated with minor aches and pains of getting older. Arthritis is actually a complex family of musculoskeletal disorders consisting of more than 100 different diseases or conditions that can affect people of all ages, races and genders. Thus, there is a tremendous need for a coordinated, community-based approach to drive awareness about the disease and treatments that can relieve certain symptoms.

The Healing Hands for Arthritis event was a result of Massage Envy�s long-term goal of developing a cause-marketing partnership aligned with its vision behind the power of touch. With the partnership with the Arthritis Foundation established, the Healing Hands for Arthritis event, a one-day fundraising effort, was created in 2011 with each of Massage Envy’s 800+ clinics committed to donate $10 from every massage or facial went directly back to the Arthritis Foundation. Healing Hands for Arthritis was developed with a bold goal: educate arthritis suffers that massage therapy can alleviate certain symptoms while raising awareness and funds in support of the Arthritis Foundation’s public health education; public policy and legislative advocacy; and the implementation of evidence-based programs to improve the quality of life of arthritis sufferers. In addition to hosting Healing Hands for Arthritis, Massage Envy Spa is a national sponsor of the Arthritis Foundation’s signature event, Walk to Cure Arthritis. Massage Envy Spa owners from across the country support their local Walk to Cure Arthritis events by sharing information about the benefits of massage therapy, providing chair massages and raising awareness of the Arthritis Foundation’s mission. Cinnabon. In 1985, foodies in Seattle, WA wanted to make “the world’s greatest cinnamon roll” for a new brand they were developing.

They hired a local baker, and after three months, hundreds of kitchen experiments, and many trips to Indonesia to find the best, most flavorful cinnamon, the team perfected the Cinnabon recipe and opened the first bakery on December 5, 1985. The Cinnabon brand has become world famous, with more than 850 bakeries in over 35 countries serving baked goods such as the famous Classic Roll and various specialty blended beverages. The Franchising Gives Back annual campaign and awards program is made possible by a generous donation from the founding partner Roark Capital Group. Franchising Gives Back relies on the participation of the franchise community. We need to hear about your charitable acts and inspirational stories.

. I’ve been reading this forum religiously and have gotten some great ideas. Our auction is April 28th but we began procurement in November. We have sent out, emailed and or personally contacted hundreds of companies. I’d say to date we’ve gotten a response from about 50%. A lot came from companies I read about on this board such as: Cabot, Disneyland, Keurig, Stampin Up, Pink Calyx. A lot are from local companies! We just learned today that we will be getting a Kindle Fire from Best Buy. They don’t donate at the corporate level but may at the store level. You can go online and print out the in store donation request application. You must bring you 501c3 documentation, the app and a formal letter in to the store. It was well worth it! Replied by ceciliaky on topic The ULTIMATE Donation List. Replied by vfiggy on topic The ULTIMATE Donation List. O.K. everyone (especially to those who feel like they keep getting the cold shoulder from those that are jealous) her is proof that hard work pays off & you need to keep pushing forward. We started in October & our event was this past week. In previous years the auction had approximately 100 baskets of which many contained 1 item ( a gift certificate) and made significantly under $4,000. This year with some creative ideas & soliciting many locals, some not so local, various corporate offices & suggestions from this site, we made just slightly under $10,000.

Not bad. 95% of our baskets 3 or more items in them. We are in a suburb of NYC. So here is a list of our YES’s & method of contact:. Starbucks- local store. Good Luck to all! We are already analyzing this year & planning on what we can incorporate new for next year. Replied by Ney1001 on topic The ULTIMATE Donation List. Our auction is the 24th …. We have over 120 prizes so far and its our 1st Tricky Tray… I’m so excited!!! Replied by Ney1001 on topic The ULTIMATE Donation List.

As part of our commitment to corporate social responsibility, PGA National Resort & Spa supports a variety of charitable causes and youth sports organizations in our community. Due the overwhelming number of requests, we can only consider those affiliations and companies that are currently doing business with or have events planned at PGA National Resort & Spa. We kindly ask only those organizations to submit requests for consideration and review. Thank you. Due to the large number of requests we receive, requests made via telephone, fax or otherwise, will not be considered. Donation requests will be reviewed within four weeks of receipt. The requesting organization will be contacted via email, regardless of whether or not the request is granted.

To submit a request for a silent auction item, please click here . Three day, two night resort accommodations and one round of golf for two people, excluding daily resort fee and tax. $400 (an $800 value). One round of golf for four people, excluding cart fee $100 (a $360 value). Two day, one night resort accommodations, excluding daily resort fee and tax $100 (a $200 value). Purchased certificates must be paid from the organization’s checking account or credit card. There are no exceptions. Certificates are valid from May – September of the upcoming year. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer. If certificate is lost it cannot be replaced.

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Complaints of harassment by Massage Envy staff in Atlanta have gone unheeded by the Georgia Board of Massage Therapy, according to reports by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and the board’s inaction is coming back to haunt the gubernatorial campaign of Secretary of State Brian Kemp. Kemp and Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle are locked in the final weeks of a runoff for the Republican gubernatorial nomination. The winner will go on to face Democrat Stacey Abrams in the fall. The massage board licenses and regulates massage therapists in Georgia. It exists within the secretary of state’s office, and the inaction of the board was revealed by the AJC in May. Now, Kemp’s critics are calling for a criminal investigation after it was revealed the owner of the Massage Envy clinics at the center of the sexual harassment complaint, Patrick Greco, is also a donor to Kemp’s campaign. Sen. Renee Unterman, R-Buford, has written to BJay Pak, U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Georgia in Atlanta, to request a criminal investigation into the donation and the massage board’s lack of action on the sexual harassment complaints. Unterman, who is a supporter of Cagle’s bid for governor, alleges there appears to be a “quid pro quo scheme” between the Kemp campaign and Greco. . Kemp campaign spokesman Ryan Mahoney dismissed the allegations on Wednesday, July 11, saying in a statement that it’s not in fact the secretary of state who is responsible for policing the boards. “The Attorney General’s office and board members appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal are charged with holding licensees accountable — not Brian Kemp,” Mahoney said, adding that the attacks were a “botched political stunt” intended to distract from the leaked, secretly recorded conversation between Cagle and Clay Tippins. . But the initial charge from Unterman led to a deep dive into the political mud this week.