Monday, March 30, 2009

Skin Free Skincare Promotes

I just heard about an amazing blogger group called Now bloggers can see a direct impact with every product they send to, as every item you can imagine is needed. They do have a list of products they would love to have, so if you are willing to set up giveaways and reviews with such products and get those companies to send us an extra product, go right ahead. But they accept ALL products.

Skin Free Skincare will be donating skincare products to's first charity group: The Center for Courageous Kids. (


We are a unique Medical Camping Facility where children battling the most serious illnesses can attend, free of charge. We run two types of programs. In the summer, the ill child (ages 7-15) attends a week long session with other children suffering from the same illness. During the school year, we hold family weekends wherein the child attends with his/her family. It is a fabulous opportunity for the ill child to come out of the shadows of their everyday lives and step into the spotlight with other children coping with the same challenges.

You can help to mend the scars of serious illness that no one else can see by giving these very brave children self-confidence, friends and magical memories.

Over 4000 children and their families will come year round. WOW!

A world class medical camping facility in the rolling hills of Scottsville, Kentucky providing a cost-free, safe, and fun camping experience for seriously ill and disabled children and their families.

To uplift children who have life-threatening illnesses by creating experiences year-round that are memorable, exciting, fun, build self-esteem, are physically safe, and medically sound.

Summer Sessions (age 7-15)
Severe Asthma
Heart Disease
Kidney Disease
Spina Bifida
HIV Positive
Juvenile Arthritis
Sickle Cell
*others, to be determined
*Parents, if you don’t see your child’s illness listed here, please contact us to see if we can accommodate them in our program.

Family Sessions
Summer Illness Groups
Children on Ventilators
Craniofacial Abnormalities
Cerebral Palsy
Muscular Dystrophy
Development Disability as it pertains to the illness groups we serve

If you are a blogger who reviews products or even makes products, this is a great opportunity for you to channel some energy into a very worthy cause. If you are a parent who has a child who could benefit from this experience please contact Happy Spring to all, Julie

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