Scentsy will announce its new partnership with the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, a nonpolitical institution that promotes human dignity and combats intolerance and hatred, during a virtual groundbreaking ceremony on November 18 in Boise, Idaho.
“The Wassmuth Center for Human Rights is an education center offering educational programs and resources, and we are grateful for Scentsy’s generous contribution to help us create an inclusive society where Idahoans take responsibility for promoting and protecting human rights, where everyone is valued and treated with equal dignity and respect, and where everyone’s human rights are a lived reality,” said Wassmuth Center Executive Director Dan Prinzing.
With Scentsy’s financial contribution, the Center will now erect a new two-story structure within the footprint of the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial.
“Together, we see the new education center as a foundation for change within Idaho and beyond,” said Scentsy President and Interim-CEO Dan Orchard. “Scentsy Co-owners Heidi and Orville Thompson have always sought to establish a cohesion culture at Scentsy, and this is another way we can help make a positive impact. We are honored to play a part in helping create something that has the capacity to impact so many.”