November 27, 2012
Eastside Baby Corner receives $20,000 grant
Eastside Baby Corner received a $20,000 grant from the Windermere Foundation. The grant will allow Eastside Baby Corner to pursue its core mission of providing crucial food and supplies to children in need in Eastside communities.
Now in its 22nd year, the nonprofit organization helps children by distributing almost everything they need, for newborns to age 12, through a network of family-assistance agencies. Learn more about Eastside Baby Corner at www.babycorner.org.
HydroPeptide donation tops $3,000
Issaquah-based skin care company HydroPeptide is donating more than $3,000 to the American Cancer Society’s Seattle Queen Anne office to increase awareness and availability of Look Good Feel Better programs to women cancer patients. The donation covers the expense of 96 wigs for women undergoing chemotherapy treatment.
The mission of Look Good Feel Better is to help women deal with the cosmetic effects of cancer treatment with greater confidence.
HydroPeptide is an anti-aging skin care line formulated with more than 21 different peptides at clinical levels and is the winner of more than 21 international beauty awards.