FREE SHIPPING IN THE USA - SAVE 20% on all Dilator ORDERS with code "FLASH20" 

VuVatech attends SPARCC Charity Event

October 18, 2016

img_5275

What is SPARCC?

Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center, Inc. (SPARCC) was formed as a non-profit agency in 1979. SPARCC is the only state-certified center for domestic violence and sexual assault services for Sarasota and DeSoto Counties. All of SPARCC’s services are free and confidential.

In addition to serving survivors of domestic and sexual violence, SPARCC is actively engaged in promoting social change through community awareness and education in an effort to prevent violence in the future.

SPARCC serves its clients through an Outreach Center in downtown Sarasota, satellite offices in Venice, North Port and DeSoto Counties, a shelter operating 365 days a year, a 24-hour crisis helpline, and hospital and local courthouse accompaniment.

IN A NUTSHELL: 20 teams of 8 fundraising superheroes took to the streets in fully-stocked, chauffeured vehicles to complete tasks, conquer challenges and earn points to win the grand prize.*Teams also get a HUGE warm-fuzzy feeling from teaming with SPARCC to stop domestic and sexual violence in our community.#Truth

The VuVa team had a great time supporting the SPARCC Charity Event! See you next year!

Visit SPARCC at https://www.sparcc.net/index.cfm

 

 






Leave a comment


Also in VuVa Girl

Why is it painful and uncomfortable when I am having sex? 6 tips for Vulvodynia sufferers.

February 27, 2019

What is Vulvodynia? The external female genital area is called the vulva. Pain that affects this vulva area is very

Continue reading

View full article →

7 Best Vulvodynia and Vaginismus products on the market

February 04, 2019

For some women, the vaginal muscles involuntarily or persistently contract when they attempt vaginal penetration. This is called Vaginismus. The

Continue reading

View full article →

Do women with PPP have different pain thresholds than healthy women? via Contemporary OB/GYN

January 17, 2019

Written by: Bob Kronemyer Jan 17, 2019 A cross-sectional observational study has found that women with persistent pelvic pain (PPP), with

Continue reading

View full article →