Synergy Spa Charity Event Raises Over $9,000 for Suicide Prevention

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Synergy Spa Charity Event Raises Over $9,000 for Suicide Prevention

In an effort to raise awareness about suicide prevention and give back to the community, Synergy Spa of The Guyer Institute raised more than $9,000 in September during a charity event hosted in the medical spa’s healing garden.

synergy spa charity eventGuests enjoyed a beautiful, late summer evening in the spa’s lush garden while helping to raise funds for the Rollfast Foundation, a nonprofit agency working to prevent suicides in Indiana. Synergy Spa CEO Denise Kaler believes it’s about how you’re able to better the lives of the people around you, your loved ones and the people in your community that can make a big difference. 

“After being in business for almost four years now, I felt it was time Synergy Spa do something to give back. I feel the secret to living is giving”, Denise says. “This was truly a team effort. The entire staff of Synergy Spa, as well as Matt and Chris Tanner of Rollfast Foundation and Shelley Hughes, a great friend of the spa, worked very hard to make this a huge success.”The Sax Guy

Guests enjoyed meeting and mingling with Dr. Dale Guyer, President and Founder of The Guyer Institute and Medical Director of Synergy Spa, while listening to the soothing sounds of a saxophone played by Mark Armstrong – The Sax Guy. Who knew The Sax Guy played backup to several famous artists, including the legendary Aretha Franklin? Awesome!

Jockish Flowers donated a beautiful tropical bouquet to grace the check-in table, and guests competed for raffle prizes donated by Bonefish Grill in Greenwood, Kiera Maurer of William Grant & Sons, PRP Wines, Orange Theory, Societe Clinical Skincare, iS Clinical, Allergan, Sun King Brewing, Chris Tanner, Ortho Molecular, Elite Valet Services, The Guyer Institute and Synergy Spa.

Please continue to support this worthy cause in our community by making a donation at Enjoy a few more photos from the event:

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