Since creating and launching our company in the Fall of 2005 we have supported many great charitable organizations. In 2009, fueled by philanthropic seed money, we formally initiated our Hot Body Wax Philanthropy Program.
Giving back to the community has always been one of our major goals. Annually, we give over 2% of our gross revenue to charity. Some of the organizations we contribute to are: The Wounded Warrior Project, The United Nations Children's Fund - UNICEF, USA Cares Jobs for Vets, The National Breast Cancer Foundation, Sandy Relief Fund, The One Fund and most recently the Central Oklahoma Humane Society.
The Hot Body Wax Philanthropy Program has donated over $10,000 to The Wounded Warrior Project. Our donations go towards helping thousands of wounded warriors returning home from the current conflicts. provides assistance to their families, and provides programs and services to severely injured service members during the time between active duty and transition to civilian life.
The Hot Body Wax Philanthropy Program has donated over $5,000 to The National Breast Cancer Foundation to assist them in spreading knowledge and fostering hope in the fight against breast cancer. Our donations help fund free mammograms for women who could otherwise not afford them and supports research programs in leading facilities across the country.
The Hot Body Wax Philanthropy Program has donated over $5,000 to UNICEF for the October 2010 Sumatra, Indonesia Tsunami which displaced more than 20,000 people and destroyed homes, schools and communities across a vast area. The impact of the 2010 tsunami was particularly hard for children. Thousands lost family members and homes, and experienced upheaval that profoundly changed their way of life.
The Hot Body Wax Philanthropy Program has donated over $1,000 to the USA Cares Jobs for Vets. Our donations go towards reducing unemployment among post-9/11 veterans, particularly combat injured, Guard & Reserve, and removes financial barriers to employment.