Foxfire Candle Works now supporting health care providers with scents amid coronavirus pandemic

The business randomly selects one nominated health care provider each week to receive a free, customized candle-making kit with selected scents. (Courtesy Foxfire Candle Works)
The business randomly selects one nominated health care provider each week to receive a free, customized candle-making kit with selected scents. (Courtesy Foxfire Candle Works)

The business randomly selects one nominated health care provider each week to receive a free, customized candle-making kit with selected scents. (Courtesy Foxfire Candle Works)

Foxfire Candle Works, a locally owned candle boutique and fragrance bar located at 126 Vintage Park Blvd., Ste. C, Houston, is now supporting health care providers and first responders working to fight the coronavirus pandemic by providing them with customized scent kits.

According to owners Erica and Jeff Hoke, one nominated health care provider is randomly selected each week to receive a free, customized candle-making kit with selected scents.


"Different people have sent in [nominations]—off of our newsletter and out of Facebook and all sorts of places—where they tell us who they think deserves it or who needs a break or needs something fun that's not so serious," Erica Hoke said. "[They] tell us what their favorite scents are, ... [and] we put together a kit for them to blend their own candles so that hopefully, they have something that makes them happy in some way."

In addition to supporting health care workers, Foxfire Candle Works is also offering home kits available for purchase on their website, https://foxfirecandleworks.com/home-2. Purchases are available via curbside pickup or delivery.
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