Dr. Jeffrey Raval and his wife Amy, met Jessica Bachus at a Stanley British Primary School event. From the beginning, Dr. Raval was inspired by how Jessica decided to honor her daughter’s memory by providing dolls to young girls during Christmas. Raval Facial Aesthetics and Rocky Mountain Laser Aesthetics has been making financial contributions to Dolls for Daughters and Toys for Boys ever since! Over the past four years that they have contributed to Dolls for Daughters, they say “the incredible impact that the Dolls for Daughters and Toys for Boys Program has on thousands of children each year continues to inspire us.”
Raval Facial Aesthetics and Rocky Mountain Laser Aesthetics is a leading practice in Colorado for medical cosmetic procedures. The practice allows patients to integrate surgical and non-surgical procedures with laser aesthetic procedures through personalized care and consultation. “Our practice is all about improving ourselves and our community,” says Amy.
As a business, Raval Facial Aesthetics and Rocky Mountain Laser Aesthetics truly values being an active part of its community. They feel that supporting Dolls for Daughters is an important way that they can play a positive role within the community. The whole team enjoys participating in unique ways to help improve their community; however medical director, Jeffrey Raval MD, MBA, FACS, truly goes above and beyond when it comes to nurturing and providing for his community. He is recognized for his contributions as the Honorary Patron of this year’s Colorado Dragon Boat Festival, for his efforts at the Denver Inner City Health Center, Streets of Hope, the Lions Project, and several other organizations. Dr. Raval and his team at Raval Facial Aesthetics and Rocky Mountain Laser Aesthetics, continue to extend their commitment to the local community and the underprivileged children that Dolls for Daughters serves. They are wholeheartedly committed to the idea of serving underprivileged children and their families by providing them with toys, food, school supplies, and clothing.
For Dr. Raval and his team, they feel that donating monetarily allows those who know the community best to put their generosity to the best possible use. However, they look forward to the upcoming Toy Shop, where they would love the opportunity to volunteer with their 6 and 4 year old son and daughter. Amy Raval’s words of wisdom,
“giving to Dolls for Daughters and Toys for Boys is a great way to make a lasting impact for years to come by targeting the needful youth of our community.”