Give Back

8:23 AM Jackie Mart 0 Comments

Every year I adopt a family or child over the holidays.  This year I'm focusing on giving back in my local neighborhood.  I would love for you to join me! I will be donating unwrapped gifts to the Crisis Nursery's Holiday Helper Program from now until December 19th. (More details below) Make a donation and you will receive $10 off any of my single services or packages as an added bonus!   *Scheduling a service is not required in order to make a donation! CLICK HERE to view the services I offer. 

Holiday Helper Program 2016

Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery's Holiday Helper Program supports families who access our services during the winter season of giving.  Gifts received from the Holiday Helper Program are distributed to families based on their specific needs and what has been donated. Gifts are given to families beginning on Friday, November 25, 2016 - Friday, December 23, 2016.

Wish List for Families

New toys including educational activities, and games for children newborn through age 6.
Gift items for parents such as kitchen items, personal care items, winter accessories.
Gift cards for $25 or more to retail stores such as Target, Wal-Mart, etc.
Holiday wrapping paper, bows, and tape
Large black garbage bags.

Important Information

Nearly 90% of the families are of minority status.
Items that promote cultural diversity are encouraged.

Promote violence (Guns, war action figures, etc.)
Require batteries (Many families cannot afford to replenish batteries)
They also cannot accept religious-themed gifts or wrap (Santa, Christmas, etc.)
Please do not wrap gifts.

CONTACT ME with questions, if you would like to schedule a service, or join the event on Facebook.

Copyright, 2016, Jackie Mart. For further information about this blog, or Optimum Wellness LLC, contact Jackie Mart at 712.790.5883 or As a holistic nutritionist and lifestyle coach, I will support you in taking steps to a healthier and happier you. My goal is to help you create an art of balance in your life. You will also learn how important balance between primary foods (relationships, physical activity, sleep, career and spirituality) and secondary foods (organic food and whole food) is.

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