LifeHandle donates carrying devices for Butterfly Ball auction
CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - LifeHandle has donated several of its products to be included in an auction at the Olivia Caldwell Foundation Butterfly Ball.
“When you are a family going through rough times... Just to be able to support and help the parents and caregivers is really kind of our main idea and drive,” said LifeHandle Co-Founder Joe Wold.
LifeHandle manufactures assistive carrying devices and accessories providing solutions for families who need to carry children, gear, bags, and pets. They have donated a variety of carrying devices and accessories to be auctioned.
The Casper-based business heard about the Olivia Caldwell Foundation and their work for pediatric cancer research and support and wanted to support the cause.
“Knowing more about the organization now, we really want to actually do more. So while it’s the first year LifeHandle will be providing some auction items, we’re certainly looking forward to getting more involved with them [Olivia Caldwell Foundation],” said Wold.
The Butterfly Ball is one of the foundation’s two signature fundraising events each year. Money from the fundraisers goes towards continuing pediatric cancer research, improving access to pediatric specialty care in Wyoming, and supporting families with chronically ill children.
The 2022 Butterfly Ball will be Saturday, Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. Tickets to the ball have sold out.
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