I’ve been feeling pretty helpless this weekend watching the news of those suffering in Houston.
I was happy to hear that dōTERRA will ship Emergency Relief Hygiene kits to Dallas Fort Worth for the Houston evacuees in shelters there.
The plan is to send a truckload of bottled water, hygiene kits and essential oils to the Dallas Fort Worth area shelters this afternoon. Shipments cannot be received in Houston where the eye of storm remains, so we are focusing our efforts where the evacuees are being sent for shelter and relief.
We invite you to join forces with us!
When you purchase doTERRA hygiene kits, we will donate them to those who have been misplaced due to the fierceness of Hurricane Harvey in your behalf.
This way you can help and you will know EXACTLY what your money is going to. 100% of donations will go to the supplies!
If you are a dōTERRA member, add this 4 pack (or 20 pack) to your Loyalty Rewards Program Account.
If you are NOT a member or can’t order that amount, but want to help, see instructions below for sending $25 (as many times as you want) to me and I’ll add on to my order!
dōTERRA’s Emergency Relief Hygiene kit contains the following:
dōTERRA Melaleuca Touch
Deep Blue Rub Samples
Salon Essentials Shampoo & Conditioner Sample Packets
dōTERRA On Guard Toothpaste samples
1.4 oz dōTERRA SPA Serenity Bath Bar
You can order yourself using these SKU # OR
SKU #2039 20 pack $500/500 PV
SKU#2038 4 pack $100/100 PV
If you are not a dōTERRA member or if you want to support HOUSTON and do less than $100, you can send increments of $25 to me:
1. http://paypal.me/interplayhealth/25 (send more than once if you want to do more)
2. Choose Friends & Family if it doesn’t automatically show that.
3. Add a note to the PayPal saying FOR TEXAS
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING TEXAS
Pray for those in need and be grateful for every moment.
Please Note: *This is a donation item, as such, it will not be shipped to you with your order. These will be shipped to DFW and coordination is being made to get them to the people who have been evacuated to shelters in the Dallas area