Celebrating Through Giving

April 20, 2015

As our anniversary month, April has provided a time for us as a company to celebrate through giving! We began by providing fifteen percent off the entire month using the code ‘CHCelebrate’ along with completing a social media giveaway of one of our ATC Minis. With the final days of this celebratory month, we must stop to acknowledge another day in April that is significant to the giving aspect of CHC.
 
This Saturday, April 25, 2015, marks the birthday of Megan, our Founder’s older sister and inspiration behind our regular service and giving to WINGS; an organization empowering women and providing services to end domestic violence and homelessness.

Join us, this Saturday only, in celebrating Megan’s life and legacy by making an online purchase with CHC and we will donate one hundred percent of the profits to WINGS.
 
Spread the word and help us celebrate through giving, once again!

Learn more about CHC GIVING here.
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