Sun Tan City Raises $6,000 For Siskin Children’s Institute

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Siskin Children’s Institute shared the success of its community partner, Sun Tan City, and its charity event held June 7-10.

Sun Tan City Managing Operator Garrett Bruner said, “The Sun Tan City Cares Initiative takes much pride in partnering with local charities, as it is an honor to be able to participate with organizations that are core to our beliefs and values.  It is through the continued passion and support of staff and our valued clients as well. During our Sun Tan City Cares events, Sun Tan City hosts $5 Spray Events in which clients can donate $5 to the partnered charity and receive a free spray tan. It is a special time to see our staff, clients, and charity members come together to contribute to such important causes.  It has been a pleasure to work with the great organization Siskin Children's Institute, and we look forward to working with them on future events.”

In just four days, Sun Tan City raised an incredible $6,000 to support the kids with special needs served by institute.

“We are so thankful for this wonderful partnership with Sun Tan City and for their generosity,” said Interim President and CEO, Deborah Arfken.  “Community partnerships like this allow SCI to continue providing high-quality programs and services for children with special needs and their families each year.”

 



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