In August of 2013, Safe Step Walk-In Tub Co. surprised the 60 residents of Crestview Manor with two state-of-the-art hydro-therapeutic tubs. Safe Step invited Crestview’s facility director Becky Brice Nash and Shirley Perring to its national dealer conference to speak. One of the guests was the facility director of sister facility in Niceville, Twin Cities Pavilion, Melissa Mealer. About a week later, Safe Step received a letter from Mealer, simply asking for consideration for the 40 residents of her facility. In short, she wanted to know if lightning could strike twice. IT DID. Click on "Read More" to see and hear more about the donation happened.
US Army Veteran Mac Evans served with the 29th Infantry Division during World War II and earned a Purple Heart, Bronze Star and Combat Infantry Badge. He was also chosen at Louisiana’s first recipient of Safe Step Cares. He was formally nominated by a Safe Step employee. This most deserving, highly decorated US Army veteran received the surprise gift of a state-of-the-art hydro-therapeutic tub. Click "Read More" to read and see more of how this donation happened.
Nashville resident Christina Davidson recently shared her journey with cystic fibrosis – a life threatening genetic disease, with a national television audience on The Doctors. Nashville-based Safe Step Walk-In Tub Co., whose national program of giving Safe Step Cares routinely provides its state-of-the-art hydrotherapeutic tubs to those in need, donated $10,000 to Ms. Davidson’s new foundation, the Christina Davidson Foundation, to help raise awareness about the disease.
In 2012, Safe Step provided two of its state-of-the-art tubs to Crestview Manor in Crestview, Florida when it found out that the bathing conditions were less than ideal. Safe Step also promised the facility "Toilet Paper for Life" when it found out the residents were playing Bingo for toilet paper. Safe Step Cares stays in touch with every person who has received its tubs. Two years later, Safe Step founder Mike Duffer visited to see had changed so many lives.
LaWanda Pryor sought out Safe Step in order to purchase the tub in order to bathe safely. She has multiple health issues and via financial hardship, Ms. Pryor was unable to afford the tub. Safe Step received a letter from Ms. Pryor’s daughter, Amanda Pryor, which told the story of the hard luck Ms. Pryor has gone through: The letter from the daughter did not ask for a handout; it simply asked for mercy. The letter landed on the desk of Mike Duffer, Safe Step’s Founder and President. Click "Read More" and watch the video to see what happened next.
Barbara Turner is considered a friend of the Canadian Safe Step Walk-In Tub Co. She was the owner of four previous walk-in tubs at past residences. Barbara is unable to remain independent in her home without a walk-in tub and unfortunately suffered a financial setback and did not have the resources to purchase one with her last move. That's when she called friend and Safe Step representative Cindy Leonard to see what she could do. Cindy decided to make a big difference and felt Barbara was the perfect candidate for Safe Step Cares. Click "Read More" to see Barbara's story and how Cindy helped.