Orlando, FL, April 12, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Starting April 16, students in the University of Central Florida’s chapter of the nonprofit The Project HEAL will be offering “Finals Week Survival Kits” to college students around the United States. The kits are care packages full of self-care related items generously donated by LUSH, High Brew Coffee, LaColombe Coffee, Simply Gum, Bobo’s Bars, Badger Healthy Body Care, and EO Products. The online fundraiser will directly benefit Project HEAL’s eating disorder treatment grant fund to help save lives.
The students of Project HEAL Central Florida hope to bring joy to students during the stressful final exam season and spread a message about the importance of self-care. Stress and academic pressure are known to contribute to eating disorders, so the group wants to promote good mental health during a time where the pressure to perform is at its peak.
The care packages range in contents and cost between $20-$35 each plus shipping. The kits can be purchased at https://squareup.com/store/project-heal-central-florida. Parents who wish to send a kit to their college-going children can also choose a motivational card to include and can write a personal message.
To find out more about Project HEAL, visit www.theprojectheal.org