Bringing Beauty and Well-Being to Patients!

Bringing Beauty and Well-Being to Patients!

From Simply From The Heart .org

Simply From The Heart is a 501(c) 3 non-profit that provides hospitalized patients complimentary bedside beauty services to help raise self-esteem and encourage well-being. Every patient gets a glam box of 25 products!

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3 months ago

To our dearest SFTHeart donors who continue to bring light to whatever day this is...

We are taking this moment to personally thank you and send positive and heartfelt vibes your way. During these unpredictable circumstances, when it’s difficult to keep our days and times straight, your support and contribution have been beyond appreciated and put to good use.

It is now more than ever when patients have been isolated from their own friends and family for months now, that hospitals have leaned on our glam boxes and virtual video tutorials to provide a moment to daydream for patients, giving hope for brighter days to come.

When making a donation, please understand that you are helping us fill our high patient demand. Together, we are an SFTHeart family and you should take pride in being a continuous source of happiness and accountability.

More than ever, these times have been a reminder for what SFTHeart does for someone's spiritual disposition, truly understanding the integrity behind what it is that your assistance does for others. We thank you for believing in the love that stems from all the small things in life that can easily be taken for granted. Whether it be at home or elsewhere, a little makeup or manicure, even simple conversation, can help bring enthusiasm to a human.

On behalf of ourselves and every patient we make smile, we thank you. We appreciate you, your monthly contribution, and your gift of hope.

“We believe bringing the small things in the life one can take for granted—manicures, makeovers, hand massages, simple conversation—to those fighting cancer or chronic illness helps empower patients to look and feel like the beautiful warriors they are.” ~sftheart

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“We believe bringing the small things in life one can take for granted—manicures, makeovers, hand massages, simple conversation—to those fighting cancer or chronic illness helps empower patients to look and feel like the beautiful warriors they are.”  ~sftheart Pamper with Purpose!

What we do: We deploy what is known as the “Glam Squad” to pamper individuals suffering from a terminal illness or life-threatening disease and undergoing long hospital stays and treatment. The services we provide are free of charge to patients and hospitals and include hairstyling, makeup applications, manicures, pedicures, mini-facials, and massage. As part of our services, we also gift every patient with their own “Glam Box” filled with over 25 beauty products from amazing brands such as Revitalash, ecotools, Sephora, Anastasia Beverly Hills, Benefit, Colour Pop, etc.— all for them to keep! 

How many  patients do we pamper: We currently pamper  over 1,000 patients a year— having touched the lives of over 5,000 patients since our inception in 2015.  

 Our guiding principle: We believe bringing the small things in life one can take for granted—manicures, makeovers, hand massages, simple conversation—to those fighting cancer or chronic illness helps empower patients to look and feel like the beautiful warriors they are. When you have a serious illness, everything about your life changes. In addition to the treatments, medical interventions, and day-to-day pain of being sick, patients often become depressed, lonely, and isolated. We help to dispel those hardships. 

 Why a Glam Box? We all know how hard it is to walk out of a relaxing… say… massage, for instance. When that moment of relief and comfort ends and we have to hurry back into the chaos and stress of "the real world.” Similarly, we often see our patients have to go from the ultimate “glam squad celebrity experience” to the isolated reality of “life in the hospital;” something we are extremely sensitive to. To make this transition more glorious, we don’t leave them empty-handed!

Please take a moment to read this beautiful article where founder, Jackelyn Kastanis is featured on the cover and shares the amazing journey behind the heart!  

https://jwcdaily.com/hinsdalelivingmagazine/category/february-2020/

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Simply From The Heart .org posted a new update:
3 months ago

Update #1

To our dearest SFTHeart donors who continue to bring light to whatever day this is...

We are taking this moment to personally thank you and send positive and heartfelt vibes your way. During these unpredictable circumstances, when it’s difficult to keep our days and times straight, your support and contribution have been beyond appreciated and put to good use.

It is now more than ever when patients have been isolated from their own friends and family for months now, that hospitals have leaned on our glam boxes and virtual video tutorials to provide a moment to daydream for patients, giving hope for brighter days to come.

When making a donation, please understand that you are helping us fill our high patient demand. Together, we are an SFTHeart family and you should take pride in being a continuous source of happiness and accountability.

More than ever, these times have been a reminder for what SFTHeart does for someone's spiritual disposition, truly understanding the integrity behind what it is that your assistance does for others. We thank you for believing in the love that stems from all the small things in life that can easily be taken for granted. Whether it be at home or elsewhere, a little makeup or manicure, even simple conversation, can help bring enthusiasm to a human.

On behalf of ourselves and every patient we make smile, we thank you. We appreciate you, your monthly contribution, and your gift of hope.

“We believe bringing the small things in the life one can take for granted—manicures, makeovers, hand massages, simple conversation—to those fighting cancer or chronic illness helps empower patients to look and feel like the beautiful warriors they are.” ~sftheart

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