BodyLase, a MedSpa with locations in Cary and Raleigh has chosen The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) of Wake County as their featured charity for 2018. The SPCA cares for lost or unwanted pets and offers them for adoption to the general public.
“The mission of the SPCA is to transform the lives of pets and people through protection, care, education, and adoption.”
The SPCA of Wake County is a local, independent, non-profit organization that receives no government funding or tax dollars. They rely entirely on private donations to fund their operating budget. In addition to sheltering animals, The SPCA of Wake County also offers affordable spay and neutering serves through the Saving Lives Spay/Neuter Clinic located next to the adoption center. Spay and neutering keep pet populations under control, so fewer animals end up in shelters.
To support this great organization, throughout the year BodyLase will be raising money and collecting pet supplies for the cats, dogs, rabbits and guinea pigs that are in the animal shelter. Employees will participate in SPCA fundraising events such as the K9-3K Dog Walk & Woofstock (May) and the Fur Ball Gala Event (October 14). For more information on sponsored events see the SPCA of Wake County website.
BodyLase offers its clients a full range of treatments to enhance body and features to create a newer and better you. From anti-aging skin treatments like Fraxel, IPL Photofacial, Microneedling and chemical peels to recover or maintain that youthful glow to body sculpting procedures such as coolsculpting. Get rid of those wrinkles with Botox or cosmetic fillers. Want to get rid of that double chin, or unwanted body hair? BodyLase has a treatment for those too.
For more information on how you can help BodyLase to support the SPCA of Wake County or to schedule an appointment for one of their great treatments call 919-954-2288 (Raleigh) or 919-851-8989 (Cary).
To Our BodyLase Friends and Family,
We sincerely appreciate your patience and support during this time. We are open and are seeing patients for all services!
As your trusted medical office, we are committed to protecting the safety of our patients, staff, and community while maintaining the highest quality of care and we have added a number of new safety protocols in place for your next treatment. In accordance with the latest recommendations from the CDC, we ask that you follow and be prepared to meet certain requirements to enter our Spas to best ensure the safety of all.
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