Eufora International commits 100% of candle sale net proceeds to Childhelp®
Child abuse is never a glamorous topic, especially during the holidays, but it is a topic that needs urgent attention if children are to thrive. For Eufora co-founders, Don and Beth Bewley, fighting child abuse became a passion 12 years ago when they were first introduced to Childhelp®, a non-profit that combats child abuse on the front lines and cares for its’ victims.
To help stop the rise of this tragic epidemic, Eufora commits resources to annual fundraising activities, mobilizing the power of the Eufora global salon network. This holiday season is no exception, when, from October 1st through December 31st, Eufora will be donating 100% of the net proceeds from the sale of all Eufora Pure Essential Oil Candles to Childhelp®. Whether the purchase is made in a Eufora Salon or on the Eufora website the donation will be captured, making it easy to help light up the life of a child.
Perfectly packaged for gift giving, Eufora Pure Essential Oil Candles (8 oz., MSRP $46.00) are crafted from a blend of natural soy and coconut wax and ignited by a cotton wick that ensures a clean fragrant burn for up to 50 hours. The aromatic candles are hand poured in the USA, and are available in four unique aromas - one for every mood.
- BeChill: Infuses the air with vanilla and clove leaf for a calming attitude adjustment.
- BeLieve: Evokes a balanced, harmonious mood with notes of lavender, orange and rosemary.
- InLove: Releases an intoxicating aroma of ylang ylang, nutmeg and clove leaf to set a serene and sensual mood.
- InSpire: Transforms a room with uplifting citrus notes, embellished with a hint of mint, for an energized sense of well-being.
In addition, this season the company is encouraging their network of Eufora Partner Salons to join in a “One Tip One Child” campaign, during which stylists and salon owners commit to donating a portion of one day’s tips to Childhelp®.
“Each year it’s amazing to see how our Eufora nation comes together to make a difference for children. The candle fundraiser is a simple way to encourage salons and guests to give back.,” says Beth Bewley, co-founder of Eufora International. “And, in addition to One Tip One Child salon donations, we hear of fundraisers like cut-a-thons and fashion shows for Childhelp®. As hairdressers, it’s our business to make people feel beautiful, and I am astonished by the different ways our salons show up to help make the world a more beautiful place for children.”
For more information on Childhelp®, where 85 percent of every dollar donated is invested directly into serving abused and neglected children, visit www.childhelp.org, and to purchase Eufora Pure Essential Oil Candles visit a Eufora Salon or shop online at www.eufora.net.
In a category that’s crowded with rampant brand over promising, the Eufora voice stands out as honest, real and personal. It takes its cues from the vision of company founders, Don and Beth Bewley, who, in 1997, started a hair care company built on a foundation of passion, integrity and caring for the professional salon world. Today Eufora is recognized globally for a vision that extends beyond the innovation of people and planet friendly products, delivering on a promise to provide incomparable leadership programs and technical training to nurture and grow the next generation of salon professionals. For more information or to find a Eufora Salon please visit http://www.eufora.net/.
Founded by Sara O’Meara and Yvonne Fedderson in 1959, Childhelp® has brought the light of hope and healing into the lives of more than 10 and a half million children as a leading national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping abused, neglected and at-risk children. Childhelp’s programs and services include residential treatment, children’s advocacy centers, therapeutic foster care, group homes and child abuse prevention, education and training. The Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline serves children and adults nationwide 24/7 through phone, text and online chat. For more information, visit www.childhelp.org and follow Childhelp at facebook.com/childhelp, instagram.com/childhelp and twitter.com/childhelp.Download the PDF >>