Montreal – Wednesday, February 14, 2018, West Island residents Sarah Sabloff and Cynthia Kerr will be back for a 2nd year in a row to provide a ‘’Spa Day’’ to 40 women at Chez Doris, a day shelter for women in difficulty.  Sabloff and Kerr are pleased to be involved once more to “show the love” to women who could use some tender care on Valentine’s Day. They will provide soothing Arbonne anti-aging facials and once the treatments are completed, each woman will also enjoy a makeover by well-known make-up artist Mindy Shear along with her three to four assistants.

All the products to be used for this event are the result of Sabloff’s and Kerr’s fundraising activities. Both raised over $2,500 from friends, colleagues, and family to purchase all the Arbonne products needed. To celebrate Valentine’s Day to the fullest and provide women with goody bags, they also obtained in-kind donations from: IGA Marché de l’Ouest (8 dozen cupcakes), Colgate-Palmolive Canada (toothpaste and toothbrushes), Q-Spa West Island (foot creams), Jean-Coutu Pierrefonds (luffa sponges), Gallérie au chocolat (Valentine Heart Chocolates), West Spa, Samuel Augustin Salon, Arts & Kartz, Rachel Shultz Cosmetics, and Party Mania.

Date: Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Time: The activity will take place between 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Where: 1430 Chomedey, Montreal, QC H3H 2A7

Media: is welcome to schedule interviews and photo opportunities with clients and volunteers prior, during, and following the event.

Contact : Marina Boulos, Executive Director, Chez Doris

Cell.: 514-654-7597 / Email: marina.boulos@chezdoris.ca

About the volunteers:

Sarah Sabloff and Cynthia Kerr are residents of DDO and are independent consultants with Arbonne International, a health and wellness company with over 35 years of experience, supplying pure, safe and beneficial products to women, men, and children.  They represent Arbonne on a part-time basis while they continue working in their professional fields as healthcare providers in the dental profession. Arbonne products contain no mineral oil, no parabens, or phthalates, artificial colours as well as no chemical dyes. Their products are vegan and safe for the environment.

Mindy Shear is a resident of Cote St. Luc and caters to a celebrity clientele including radio, film, TV, sports and fashion personalities as well as bridal and special events, and is the owner of Mindy Shear Make Up, where teaches how to make the world more beautiful place one face at a time. Mindy was nominated for the “RBC Woman Entrepreneur of the Year” and was a participant in the CBC national reality show “Dragon’s Den”.


About Chez Doris: Founded in 1977, Chez Doris is a day shelter for women in difficulty. Its drop-in program offers a safe environment for up to 100 women per day.  It helps address problems of loneliness, isolation and depression and offers programs to assist with their immediate needs related to coping with homelessness, poverty, mental illness and/or addictions. It is open seven days a week from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM. Chez Doris’ services include: breakfast and lunch; access to showers, hygienic products and a clothing room; emergency food bags; 6 respite beds; telephone information and referral assistance; custodial services and a financial management program; an Inuit assistance program; an aboriginal housing placement service; health and mental health services; legal services; as well as educational and socio-recreational programs.