One of my greatest joys is watching my healthy boys play baseball to their hearts content. I am so grateful that they have good health and the ability to play sports. I can’t imagine what it’s like for parents whose going through a difficult situation that makes running around the bases, hopping on a bicycle, or jumping off a diving board into a refreshing pool in the summer difficult or impossible.
That’s one reason I’m a fan of The Clay Buchholz Foundation. It’s an organization that cares about kids like that and does great work. Created by Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz and his wife Lindsay who is featured in the photo holding our Sierra Glow Duo with Kabuki brush. The foundation provides health, educational and sports opportunities for kids in need.
Whether the children are going through medical issues or are in a temporary difficult situation because of death of a family member or a natural disaster, the Buchholz foundation gives kids chances to do things like attend MLB games, meet stars of the game and participate in recreational activities including a youth clinic or camp.
When I had the opportunity to partner with the foundation, I jumped at it. Jing Ai was privileged to donate 50 of our luxe kabuki brushes with a bamboo handle as giveaways at the HopeBowl, a fundraiser for The Clay Buchholz Foundation.
I’m grateful for the chance to watch my healthy boys play ball and I’m grateful for the chance to do something that will help other children have great experiences, too. Who doesn’t love helping children?
Pure Love Grows Donna XOXOXO
Pure Love Grows, Donna XOXOXO