HOUSTON (May 17, 2012) – Hotze Health & Wellness Center (HHWC), a world leader in the alternative health care industry, launched its campaign today on Facebook, to raise awareness and give back to the , a non-profit school for children with special needs. Beginning today through June 30, for every new “like” the HHWC Facebook page receives, a dollar will be donated to the New Life School Guatemala.
The school was founded in 2000 by HHWC guest, Judy Kerschner, when she learned that children with disabilities were not allowed into public schools. The New Life School Guatemala is a licensed primary school for grades pre-kinder through sixth grade, and provides these children an opportunity to receive an education rather than staying hidden in their homes.
HHWC founder and CEO, Dr. Steven F. Hotze, hopes that in addition to raising money, the campaign will bring greater awareness to the organization.
“The New Life School hasn’t received the attention it deserves and they need our help,” said Dr. Hotze. “This organization is changing the lives of children who otherwise would have been ostracized in their community, and it is teaching an entire village how to show them compassion.”
In under a minute, Facebook users will have the opportunity to give back to an organization that provides hope to children who otherwise would be denied an education. One hundred percent of donations are applied towards the children’s needs and the operation of the school including medical care and wheelchairs, teaching materials and supplies, and teacher salaries.
Fans are also encouraged to share the campaign with their Facebook friends in order to help raise additional money and bring awareness to the organization.
For more information about the New Life School Guatemala, please visit, .
Hotze Health & Wellness Center is leading the Revolution in Wellness™ care by changing the way women and men are treated in mid-life through the use of biologically identical hormones. Founded in 1989 by Steven F. Hotze, M.D., the Center has successfully treated more than 20,000 patients. In an effort to help patients obtain and maintain life-long health and wellness, physicians and registered nurses on staff address the root cause of symptoms, and correct health ailments naturally rather than merely masking symptoms with drugs. For more information, visit, , and on Facebook: .
Christy Hammett Nolingberg