IsAnZe DaySpa raising funds for neglected kids
Last year, 316 Hays County children became confirmed cases of abuse and neglect. Zenaida Lee and her staff at IsAnZe DaySpa and Hair Company are partnering with the Hays County Child Protective Board to help abused and neglected children in Hays County.
IsAnZe has agreed to donate $5 for each client who mentions HCCPB or the fundraiser. IsAnZe is a full-service day spa with a wide variety of services, including all the usual hair services, various spa packages, manicures and pedicures, facial treatments and massage therapy packages. Purchases of gift certificates are included as an option for $5 donation through IsAnZe. IsAnZe is a family-owned business with a focus on making clients relaxed and beautiful.
HCCPB is an all-volunteer board appointed by Hays County Commissioners. All donated funds go directly to services and needs related to needs for abused and neglected children who are removed from their homes through no fault of their own.
Donations and participation through IsAnZe will provide abused and neglected children with more opportunities to fit in with their peers, to succeed in school and to pursue their interests and dreams for the future. A large share of the money goes for an initial clothing allotment for these children. They often are removed into care with only the clothes they are wearing. Funds also go for emergency medical care, school supplies, tutoring, sports camps, band instruments, special classes, day care and other needs not covered by the state. The needs keep growing and the sources of funds are limited.
The all-volunteer board administers the funds for children in care and also informs the public about children’s needs. The board consists of Julia Ramsey New, Susie Churchill, Jeanne Worrell and Jennifer Anderson from Wimberley; Judy Burns and Jo Papick representing Buda; and Ed Silliman, Lee Ikels, Mary Cauble, Karen Brown and June Hankins from San Marcos. Active on this fundraiser, but not current board members are Jody Doss and Janis McBride.
IsAnZe will also have a donation box for abused and neglected children on site.