California Exotic Novelties supports the Let It Be Foundation

Posted: October 27, 2014

California Exotic Novelties continued to show its support for The Let It Be Foundation, helping families to cope with paediatric illnesses, last month; this time by participating in the organisation’s ‘Name That Tune’ dinner benefit. Held at the Chaffey College Chino Community Center on 27th September, company employees actively participated in the contest, which helped raise money for the foundation.

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“Everyone had a great time!” said Jared Colvin, associate director of operations for California Exotic Novelties. “It was a really cool event. The gift basket we donated for the silent auction was very popular. It feels good to help such a worthy organisation raise funds.”

California Exotic Novelties also sponsored a table, donated prize items, and bid in the silent auction.

Ruthe Rosen, CEO and founder of The Let It Be Foundation, said, “It was so great to have the gang from California Exotic Novelties there! This interactive event was a fun way for them to get to know and understand our message and purpose. They’ve done so much to support us over the years and we very much appreciate everything they do for us. California Exotic Novelties is the leader in pleasure products, and we are a leader in our cause. When great people collaborate, great things can happen!”

“We are proud to support The Let It Be Foundation and had a great time at the event!” said Susan Colvin, president and CEO of California Exotic Novelties. “It is a worthy cause that does so much to help provide support and services to families of children diagnosed with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.”

The Let It Be Foundation is a nonprofit organisation that provides support to families in Southern California. The focus is on individualised aid to meet the needs of the family. This includes medical accessories, sibling care, household maintenance, meals and more.

For more information about the Let It Be Foundation, visit their website at www.TheLetItBeFoundation.org.

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