Spa Owner Finds Time To Pamper Charitable Organizations 2009: February 16

Spa owner finds time to pamper charitable organizations

February 16, 2009 Cynthea Wight Hausman, owner of of Burlington’s Cynthea’s Spa should receive some sort of award for all the good she’s done
in this town. The local diva who you can usually catch waxing eyebrows and other hairy parts, also spends a large chunk of her time fundraising and donating to local charitable organizations. She took a break from a day of pampering to let us in on who she gives to, and why. What charities have you worked with We have donated gifts and services to the Make a Wish foundation, Women Helping Battered Women, American Heart Association, Go Red for Women, YMCA, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, RU12, Women’s Rape Crisis Center, the Vermont Army Family Support Group, Vermont Business and Professional Women, Vermont Youth Conservation Corps and others. Why did you choose to donate to the Ambassador’s Silent Auction Education is very close to my heart as a former middle level science teacher and CCV professor. What are you donating A package called “all you need is love.” What is in your “all you need is love” package Rose and Sea Salt Body Scrub, Milk Body Wrap, Rose and Mare’s Milk Hot Rose Quartz Crystal Facial and a Hot Rose Quartz Crystal Massage. Why are you choosing right now to give back I think that now is the most important time to donate to your favorite nonprofit or charity. They not only need cash but many would appreciate your personal time. In tougher economic times, our most vulnerable citizens get caught in the crossfire of program budget cuts and lost jobs. Let’s make sure everyone has shelter, food and medical care. In the past, you have also donated to the Women’s Rape Crisis Center as well as Women Helping Battered Women. What do these organizations mean to you, and, in your opinion, to the community
As a survivor of past violence, perhaps I understand what other survivors might need in order to make it through each day. I believe that organizations such as these are vitally important to help other survivors in their darkest hour and beyond. What many people don’t realize is that most violence against women occurs within their families, by someone they know. Can you imagine how difficult it must be to get even a moment to reach out for help If she does reach out, we must to be there to answer that call. It might mean the difference between life and death.

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