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Let's Work Together

With so much going on in the world, it’s time for all of us to work together to help our local communities in whatever ways we can. And part of this is looking out for each other and checking in to see if you’re okay. And guess what, it’s okay if you’re not okay. But we’ll get through this together.

We wanted to share a few of the ways that we can work together to help those who are struggling during these uncertain times, whether it’s our neighbors, friends & family, locally-owned businesses and even yourself.

Self Care Check-In What Plant Therapy's Doing What You Can Do

Self Care Check-In

With all of the stress and loneliness, it’s important to take care of yourself so you don’t burnout.

Plant Therapy Team assembling lunches

It’s Okay If You’re Not Okay

With the world feeling like a scary, stressful place, it's easy to see why some people are stressed out and not okay. But so many of us feel like we should be fine, but then are stuck wondering why feel decidedly not okay?
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By treating your body well, you can help make sure you’re in a position to love and care for those around you. Here are a few of our favorite self-care DIYs to help you relax and care for yourself during the stressful times:

Deep Conditioning Hair Mask

As tempting as it is to start cutting your hair yourself, resist the urge! Instead, soak your hair in this ultra-moisturizing hair mask.

Scented Sidewalk Chalk & Crayons

Let out your inner artist and enjoy the relaxing aromas of your favorite calming blend.

Lavender Fine Relaxing Bath Sachets

Soak in the relaxing scents of Lavender to help calm your mind and body after a stressful day.

Royal Hand Cream

If all the hand washing/sanitizing has your hands feeling a little raw, treat your skin like royalty with this easy hand cream.

What Plant Therapy's Doing

Donating 500 Products to Several Hospitals

Healthcare workers are working insane hours and putting themselves at risk to care for the sick. To show our appreciation, we sent 300 Germ Destroyers 10 mLs, 100 Immune Aid Roll-Ons, and 100 Pineapple Lip balms to 4 different hospitals in California, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. We are working on getting another 400 products to two hospitals in New York.

Care Packages for Teacher Appreciation Week

With Teacher Appreciation Week coming up, we wanted to show our love and support for all that these educators do. We’re sending 400 products to the Kimberly School District and the Boise School District.

Grab & Go Lunches

So many children depend on the meals provided at school, but with all the school closures, we recognize that many children and families may be struggling to put food on the table. Working with local food vendors, we’re making and giving out 1,000 sack lunches at our 2nd Avenue S location in Twin Falls, ID to provide an essential meal to those in need. Whether it’s kids, seniors or anyone who finds themselves out of work, we want to make sure those in our community are taken care of.

Plant Therapy Team assembling lunches

Gift Cards from Local Businesses

We all have those favorite businesses. The barista who knows your regular order. The hardware store owner who tells you how to install the part you just bought. The restaurant that serves authentic Thai food because the chef immigrated here. These businesses are what make our communities so special. As a way to help those businesses and thank our employees for their tireless work, Chris Jones (our CEO) purchased over $25,000 worth of gift cards from 18 of the locally owned businesses in our community to give to Plant Therapy employees and has issued a challenge to other business owners to do what they can to help.

Local gift cards
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Care Packages for Assisted Living Facilities

We assembled and delivered 400 care packages to residents and healthcare workers of the local assisted living facilities. Each package included some Age-Defying Body Cream, Pineapple Lip Balm, and Lavender Roll-Ons.

Built Care Packages ready to be delivered.

What You Can Do

Care Packages for Healthcare Workers

Just about everyone in the healthcare industry is tired, stressed out, and scared, doing their best to care for the sick public. We can show our neverending appreciation for all they’re doing by sending care packages with toilet paper, Clorox wipes, kind notes or anything else you can think of to make their lives just a little bit easier.

Cheers for Your Healthcare Workers

Residents in Atlanta, Vancouver, France, Spain, India, and Italy have taken to their windows and balconies to applaud and cheer on the healthcare workers who are doing so much. Just make sure to grab a tissue before you watch the video!

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In fight against coronavirus, the world gives medical heroes a standing ovation Spaniards Applaud Nation's Health Care Workers For Fighting Coronavirus | NowThis

Give Blood

With a global pandemic, many areas are experiencing a shortage of blood. As long as you’re healthy, you can do your part by donating some much-needed blood, especially if you have a rare blood type. The best part is it doesn’t cost a thing!

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Making Masks

Many hospitals find themselves short on surgical and N95 masks. In an effort to help keep them safe while companies up production, you can sew and donate masks for your healthcare workers! Bust out your sewing machines, check out this how-to video and donate them to a local clinic or hospital. Be sure to check out a list of organizations requesting masks to make sure they go where they are needed.

Organizations in Need
How To Make a Face Mask CDC Fabric Face Mask Guidelines

Volunteer From Home

Just because you’re stuck at home doesn’t mean you can’t make a difference. Search Volunteer Match to find over 100,000 virtual volunteer opportunities allowing you to work from home! You can also find local volunteer opportunities, like helping young underprivileged children learn to read or becoming a blood donor ambassador.

Donate Unused Computers

Many students across the country are learning from home for the rest of the school year. And many also don’t have the resources needed to make sure they have access to their education. Programs like the Community Activation Project in Idaho are connecting precious resources like computers to those who need them.

Loan Your RV to Healthcare Workers

An incredible Facebook group is matching healthcare workers with unused RVs to give them a place to isolate after their long shifts. It allows them to rest and recover without worrying about potentially infecting their family members.

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CNN Hero Salutes

Food for Truckers

Truckers have always been important. But now they’re essential for making sure medical supplies, food, and everything else gets to where it needs to. But with dining rooms closed, truckers are having a hard time finding hot food. A few amazing volunteers in Texas were handing out free hot lunches at a local truck stop.

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Truckers Greeted With Free Meals During COVID-19 Crisis

Help Your Humane Society

With most lobbies closed, adoptions are down. Which means more humane societies are struggling to care for all the animals, without the added benefit of adoption fees. Whether you’re able to donate money, food or supplies, it can help make sure all the animals are fed, cared for and ready to find their forever families. If you’re able, you could even foster a fur baby for a few weeks!

Gift Cards, Baby

Date night? Done. Early Christmas shopping? Nailed it. Work lunches for when you’re finally back at the office? Check, check and check. Gift cards can help keep your favorite local businesses going while everyone is staying home.

Leave Rave Reviews

Sure, your favorite restaurant, spa, or gym, or coffee shop might be closed. But you can help give their business a boost by sharing your love online. Businesses rely on positive reviews to get the word out and they need this now more than ever. Plus it doesn’t cost a thing and you can do it from the comfort of your couch.

Donate to a Virtual Tip Jar

Baristas, bartenders and servers have all found themselves out of work. A few amazing people in Boise created an online tip jar for all bartenders and baristas who are out of work. Send a few bucks their way via a virtual tip jar to thank your favorite servers and bartenders for their great service.

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Help Out with Nextdoor

The Nextdoor app already helps connect neighbors during times of social distancing. But you can use their Nextdoor Groups and Help Map to help coordinate volunteers and mark yourself as someone who can pitch in.

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