Entrenue Donates $1000 to Children's Healing Art Project

PHOENIX — Entrenue has donated $1,000 to the Children's Healing Art Project (CHAP) on behalf of Spartacus Leathers, the winner of Entrenue's latest raffle. 

Entrenue held a raffle at the recent International Lingerie Show in Las Vegas. Spartacus Leathers entered Entrenue's drawing, and when Spartacus won, Store Manager Rob Delevere chose to support the Children's Healing Art Project.

Entrenue established its semi-annual raffle several years ago to promote charitable causes, inviting customers to enter for the chance to select a special charity to receive a $1000 donation. Since the raffle's debut, Entrenue has donated thousands on behalf of its faithful customers. And according to an Entrenue spokesperson, Delevere "selected CHAP after learning of a friend's young daughter's therapeutic experience with the unique pediatric arts program." 

"Our loyal customers are personally connected to an amazing array of organizations dedicated to bettering the lives of people and children in need, and it's been such a pleasure to share the charity raffle experience with them," Entrenue President Joe Casella said. "The team and I are inspired by the stories and motivations behind each winner's choice, and it's an honor to collaborate to make a positive effect on our community. CHAP provides an amazing respite for children and families encountering medical challenges through the power of art, and we're happy to support their healing efforts with this donation."

For more information on CHAP, visit their official website.

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For more information on Spartacus Leathers, visit their official website.