Olympic Hot Tub Celebrates 7th Annual Honoring Heroes Event
Olympic Hot Tub, based in Seattle, Washington, has announced its 7th annual Honoring Heroes event, which supports charities that serve military personnel, police officers, firefighters and teachers. The beneficiary of this year’s event is Fisher House at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord Fisher House provides a comfortable, nurturing and secure home- like environment to the families of active and veteran service members who are receiving extended medical care at Madigan Army Medical Center. The house has seven guest rooms with private baths, a well-stocked kitchen and a dining room that seats 16-20 people. All amenities from toothpaste to laundry detergent are supplied, and meals are often provided by community volunteers. There is no cost to the family to stay at the Joint Base Lewis-McChord Fisher House, and all donations go directly toward the operation and maintenance of the house and the well-being of the guests.
“JBLM Army Fisher House is a crucial resource for our servicemen and women and their families,” says Don Riling, president of Olympic Hot Tub. “It’s an honor for us to support this exceptional cause.”
One testimonial on the organization’s website reads, “They offered food and supplies, and even my family was amazed by the amenities and most importantly the convenience of being in such close proximity to Madigan hospital. Fisher House is doing a tremendous job by assisting the families of military personnel while they find themselves in pain.”
To support Fisher House, Olympic Hot Tub will donate a portion of every hot tub or swim purchase made between April 1-30, 2023. The goal is to donate a minimum of $18,000 to help support Fisher House.