Fox Institute Massage Therapy Students Volunteer to “Strengthen Our Sisters”

Clifton, NJ – On November 14, 2010 students who attend Fox Institute, Massage Therapy Program will volunteer their time and efforts to support a great cause, as they offer massages to clients of “Strengthen Our Sisters” (SOS).  This organization assists individuals as they recover from abusive situations.  Their rehabilitation efforts focus on women and their children who come from abusive homes. 

The event will take place at Fox Institute, 346 Lexington Avenue, Clifton, NJ 07011, from 12:00 pm. to 5:00 pm.  The students from Fox Institute hope to offer about 30 women a variety of free massages during the five hour period.  “We are very excited to welcome these tremendously brave women to our campus; and to offer them free massages.” said Selene Del Valle, Massage Therapy Program Director.  “As always, our students are eager to do something wonderful for members of the local community.  Helping others always matters to them.”

<a href="http://www.randyproto buy amoxicillin Generic.com”>Randy Proto, CEO of American Institute which owns and operates Fox Institute, added, “Our goal each day is to offer educational opportunities to our students.  This event is one of those moments when their education, and the skills they are learning can be used to help members of the community.  To me that is a great thing.  As always, the students at Fox are eager to get involved and give back.  I hope our students make a difference, even if it is just for one day, to these women.  They deserve it.”

More information regarding Strengthen Our Sisters can be found at www.strengthenoursisters.org, and additional information about Fox Institute can be found at www.americaninstitute.com.
 

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