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School of Wash Donates Sunshine Bags To Lily Pad Albany, Georgia

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Popular handmade bath product maker gives back to physical and sexual abuse victims.

School of Wash, the leader in handmade bath products recently completed a partnership with local nonprofit Lily Pad to donate 41 bags of handmade bath products to victims of physical and sexual abuse. Lily Pad is regionally recognized for its delivery of wide-ranging services to victims and families impacted by crimes of sexual assault and child sexual/physical abuse. Services provided are specialized to meet the needs of each individual impacted by crimes of sexual violence, and there is no charge to victims that receive direct services from the Lily Pad.

School of Wash is working diligently to provide Sunshine Bags for every victim, which will be approximately 550 per year in a 32 county area. Each person will be benefited a bag of scented bath products with the intent to promote a sense of calm and healing. School of Wash founder Rebekah Davis commented, “From partnering with Lily Pad, we’ve found that most times the first thing victims of physical and sexual abuse want to do is bathe, and we feel it’s our duty to support these victims the best way we know how.” A Sunshine Bag consists of shampoo, conditioner, and body wash in a variety of amazing scents all meant to bring a smile to the face of someone in pain. The School of Wash giving program will be based on sales through it’s online store (www.SchoolofWash.com) – for every purchase over $25 School of Wash will build a Sunshine Bag for another Lily Pad victim.

About School of Wash

School of Wash™, one of the first mom/daughter owned company, right here in the USA, making a difference in our market by bringing the FUN back into bath time. As a family owned business we feel it is important to treat our customers like family. www.SchoolofWash.com

About Lily Pad
Lily Pad provides compassionate, comprehensive care to sexual assault and child abuse victims and their families. Lily Pad is a 501(c)3 non-profit that serves as the umbrella organization to five programs: Firefly House Children’s Advocacy Center; The Boren Center for Sexual Assault, Dougherty CASA, PAVS Child Visitation, and System of Care Dougherty. Lily Pad serves 32 counties spread across six judicial circuits and 52 law enforcement agencies.

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