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It’s a Match! doTERRA Healing Hands Meets Coffee Creek Correctional Facility

Feb 22, 2022

The doTERRA Healing Hands Match Program  
The doTERRA Healing Hands Match Program is designed to help Wellness Advocates raise additional money for non-profits and social-good organizations anywhere in the world. Once a project is approved, Wellness Advocates raise money toward the cause, with doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation matching the funds raised, up to $15,000.     

The Wellness Advocate Match  
Over 1,600 incarcerated women at the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility in Oregon have one thing in common: they are all published authors. On the Inside, a Match project headed by Wellness Advocate Nikki Weaver, focused on creating connections between women inside prison and women on the outside through the sharing and writing of personal stories and art. Creative work is made from the same prompts, shared back and forth, and then published in a book. Book proceeds are then used to hold weekly classes for the incarcerated women. doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation matched the $2,326.35 raised by On the Inside for a total donation of $4,652.70 that was then used to acquire the materials, training, and supplies needed to make a published book possible. 

The Happy Ending  
When it came to empowering women, doTERRA Healing Hands and On the Inside were the perfect match for each other. Through this project, women were reminded that they are not alone, and what matters most is who they are, not what they have done.  

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