Diffuse Creativity with Limited Edition aromaArt
Creating good vibes and wholistic wellness for youth, one ultrasonic diffuser at a time.
At Saje, we believe that creativity is a key component of everyone’s wholistic wellness. For the second time, our limited edition aromaArt Ultrasonic Diffuser will spread wellness beyond your home. We are so excited to announce that up to $50,000 of this year’s proceeds from sales of the aromaArt will be donated to support arts programs for under-resourced youth in the Greater Toronto Area.
Creativity brings joy to our Saje family every day. Our team aims to infuse everything we design with a sense of imagination and inventiveness. This year we jumped at the chance to collaborate with Vancouver artist Dana Mooney to create the beautiful prints on two limited edition aromaArt designs. To complement them, Saje co-founder and CEO, Kate Ross LeBlanc curated the Limited Edition Diffuser Blend Collection that shares the same special design and contains essential oil blends that she personally selected for the season.
“It is such a joy to launch aromaArt and support arts education for kids for the second year in a row,” says Kate. “I know the positive impact of the arts has been huge to my family and I’m thrilled that we can share that experience with so many more kids in Toronto.”
This year’s aromaArt will support Vibe Arts, a Toronto-based youth organization who has been bringing the arts to life for thousands of Toronto children and youth each year for the past two decades. Saje will be supporting five of Vibe’s Lunchroom Transformations: programs in which kids are actively involved in the physical transformation of their shared space through the power of arts. Through these programs, Vibe Arts is able to reach more than 8,000 kids with hands-on arts education.
Each program engages kids in a process of brainstorming and planning a mural together, teaching not only artistic expression but collaboration, design and project planning. “These programs teach very real, transferable skills,” explains Julie Frost, Vibe Arts Executive and Artistic Director. “We believe that artistic engagement is what will allow young people to shift paradigms and catalyze cultural change, all by contributing meaningfully with their artistic expression. We are thrilled about our partnership with Saje and the Lunchroom Transformation Mural Projects they are supporting in under-resourced schools.”
In Kate’s words: “I truly believe one of the basic human needs is to be able to express ourselves. Whether that creativity is through cooking, or painting, or caring for animals, we are all creative and all seek creative outlets. When I think about the years my daughter Kiara spent in arts education programs, she came home walking on air. She was so much more alive and connected. As a parent there’s just no joy you can imagine more than seeing your child so unencumbered.”
Thank you for helping us spread wellness and diffuse creativity to the youth of Toronto. You are helping us to connect more people with the healing power of the arts, an action that can be impactful for a lifetime.