Recently a few amazing local women from my doTERRA family got together to donate essential oil kits and supplies for children to color with. Coloring pages crayons, colored pencils and supplies were all donated. I wasn't able to attend in person due to a scheduling conflict, but it was such an honor to donate the extra materials I had. Here are some pictures from the event. If you are interested in helping donate to your local refugees and or the one in Idaho where we serve, please contact me directly or your local refugee centers to see how you can make a difference in your community.
Seen pictured Kerri Price, a local Idaho doTERRA wellness advocate doing aromatouch technique on the hands of local refugees. She said the trauma they have all been through by leaving a war torn country and being displaced was horrendous. Many shudder at the touch of others due to fear from the trauma they have experienced. This was incredibly healing for them to experience the friendshipping, love and touch that Kerri offered them this day. I was so sad not to have been there personally to experience what Kerri and others of my local doTERRA family were able to do, but I am glad I was able to donate to the cause. For more information on how you can donate supplies, services or time, visit http://www.idahorefugees.org