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A Pink Hot Tub & Sponsorship for Franz Witt’s Octoberbreast

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We were privileged to be a Flock Sponsor for Franz Witte’s 10th Annual Octoberbreast Fundraiser and again donate a pink Freeflow Cascina hot tub for the live auction. We’re also throwing in the cover, steps, water care and delivery to raise as much money as we can for Casting for Recovery Southwest Idaho and Expedition Inspiration.

It’s an honor to join other individuals and businesses in the Boise Area to raise money for these deserving non-profits which do so much to support breast cancer survivors and research.

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Casting for Recovery Southwest Idaho

Inspiring & supporting Southwest Idaho women personally affected by breast cancer with the healing powers of nature, new networks & friendships, medical advice & knowledge, and the world of fly fishing!

Inquire/learn more about CfR’s local free retreat held annually in June:
https://castingforrecovery.org/swid/

Expedition Inspiration

Expedition Inspiration is fighting to find a cure for breast cancer in our lifetime so that we can save our daughters, mothers, brothers, sisters and all those we love from the disease. Period.

http://www.expeditioninspiration.org/

Spas for a Cause

We believe in hot tubbing and the power of warm water to bring people together for comfort and support.

In 2015, we teamed up with with National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) and launched Spas for a Cause™. Three percent of every pink hot tub sold by Freeflow and Fantasy Spas is donated to NBCF to provide help and inspire hope to those affected by breast cancer through early detection, education and support services.

https://www.spasforacause.com/

Pink spas are bringing awareness to breast cancer in a way that’s unique and fun. Hot tubbing can be a great method of relaxation, allowing you to get centered, have fun and reconnect with loved ones during a time that can be very stressful.– Kathleen Shawl Parkes, breast cancer survivor