The Scentsy Family Foundation, the charitable giving arm of the rapidly Scentsy home fragrance company, will present the National Breast Cancer Foundation with a check in the amount of $613,177 on April 18, 2011 at its offices in Meridian. A company news release said this donation is Scentsy’s largest cash contribution to date, and is part of the company’s overarching goal to donate $1 million to breast cancer charities across the country by 2013.
Scentsy’s flagship product is a scented, wickless candle heated in a decorative ceramic warmer. The company introduces a new warmer every six months to honor and raise funds for a national charity. Scentsy’s “Love, Life, Hope” Charitable Cause Warmer from the company’s Fall/Winner 2010 Catalog was designed to spread a message of hope to breast cancer survivors and their families.
“When we introduced the “Love, Life, Hope” cause warmer, we had no idea it would surpass our goal of a half million dollars.” said Heidi Thompson, president and co-owner of Scentsy.
From September 2010 through February 2011, Scentsy’s network of more than 100,000 Independent Consultants sold thousands of the company’s “Love, Life, Hope” Charitable Cause Warmers in support of NBCF. Scentsy made a contribution for each “Love, Life, Hope” warmer sold.
Scentsy CEO Orville Thompson said “This donation represents an important step toward early detection and mammogram screening for women who might not otherwise receive these services. We hope our customers, Consultants, and communities will join us in reaching our goal of raising $1 million to help the fight against breast cancer.”
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