Buy Makeup, Help Autism

Churchville, PA- Throughout the month of October, Betty Anela, an independent consultant for Arbonne International in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, will be donating 10% of her total retail sales to The International Center for Autism Research and Education (ICare4Autism). Anela’s “Beauty for Autism” initiative features Arbonne products that are pure, safe, and beneficial.
Betty Anela

Betty Anela

This beauty based fundraiser is dedicated to helping raise awareness and gain money for research and educating the public as well as children with autism and their families. The most recent studies show that 1 in 100 children are diagnosed with autism. Anela is hoping that her contribution will make a noticeable impact on these children, including her boyfriend’s son who has autism.

Arbonne Products

Arbonne Products

Arbonne International is a company that was created in Switzerland more than 25 years ago. It features the finest pharmaceutical grade standardized botanicals and herbs. Some items include anti-aging serums and creams, hydration and radiance Shea Butter, baby products, teen specialty products, balancing lotions, aroma therapy and more!
To contact Betty Anela for an appointment or to learn more about this unique opportunity, call: 215-694-1423 or e-mail her at Agelessskin@verison.net . Or to find out more about ICare4Autism, visit www.icare4autism.org.
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  1. Posted April 23, 2010 at 12:34 pm | Permalink

    Good post, I can’t say that I agree with everything that was said, but very good information overall:)

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