Henna for Happy People

One of the happiest times of the year for some people happens to be Fall. This year, at Westtown School's Fall Fest we hosted a Henna Fundraiser for Kids Teach Kids. 

The support and people who attended were beyond what words can describe. People of all ages came to get henna done and were amazed by the fact that the henna was straight from India. 

Henna is made from the mignonette tree and is all natural. The leaves of the mignonette tree are ground up into a paste and ready for application. It has been around for approximately 6,000 years and continues to be a major cultural significance. In many cultures, henna is worn for holidays and social celebrations. They are said to be blessings and applied for luck and joy. This is another reason as to why woman wear henna during marriage ceremonies. We would like to thank everyone who came to support and got their henna done! All proceeds will be going to the scholarship funds at Kids Teach Kids!