Parkinson's Voice Project

"For more than 10 years, Parkinson Voice Project® has specialized in restoring the voices of those with Parkinson’s disease. We treat patients in our clinic, conduct research, and train speech-language pathologists in our unique therapy programs." 

Parkinson's Voice Project® is a nonprofit located in Richardson, Texas. Their mission is to help and preserve the voices of each and every individual that suffers from Parkinson's disease. Through intensive speech therapy, research, support and community awareness; Parkinson's Voice Project hopes to one day collaborate  with other like-minded and compassionate Speech Pathologists to help others around the world.

Nonprofit's are near and dear to my heart as I have a nonprofit myself. Random Acts of Sweetness® was created with the aim of celebrating and giving back to individuals who spread sweetness without expecting anything back in return. I have recently returned from a trip to India where I visited neighboring villages, orphanages and schools. I always try to give back whenever and wherever I can.

So when the Make Your Life Sweeter® team was asked by the Parkinson's Foundation to help Make Life a Little Sweeter for their fellow guests; we were thrilled to be able to give back to a fellow Nonprofit. 

My team and I set up a SUGAIRE® Organic Cotton Candy Infusion Bar with Piña Colada cotton candy and sparkling water; as well as a HotPoppin® Gourmet Popcorn Bar with your choice of Margarita, Better Than Chicago or Salted Pecan Praline Crunch popcorn.

As guests flooded in, they couldn't get enough of our gourmet popcorn and SWEET drinks! It also helped that we had a special VIP employee going around. My son, Zain Tadia helped hand out HotPoppin® Gourmet Popcorn to eagerly awaiting people (I think they loved him more than our popcorn!)

It was such a sweet evening and I was so honored to of been able to Make Life a Little Sweeter for everyone at the Parkinson's Voice Project®!

Make Your Life Sweeter,

- Yasmeen

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