Master Spas Cares
Master Spas is committed to helping people live life better. The spirit of giving is built-in to our company culture, and one of our core values is to do the right thing. Our faith and beliefs guide us in partnering with each other, our community, and our customers for the greater good.
Building long-term partnerships with local and national organizations, Master Spas is helping to make a difference.
Lupus Foundation of America
The Lupus Foundation of America works to improve the quality of life for people living with lupus through research, advocacy, and support. Lupus is a complex disease affecting more than 1.5 million Americans that requires a comprehensive strategy.
Lupus struck the family of Master Spas' CEO, Bob Lauter, in 1998 when his daughter, Lisa, began having a lot of pain. After several misdiagnoses, it was finally determined she had lupus.
Master Spas has been committed to offering ongoing support to further the work toward a cure.
Michael Phelps Foundation
Working to promote healthy, active lives, especially for children, primarily by expanding the opportunities for participation in the sport of swimming. Programs provide a learn-to-swim, healthy living, and goal-setting curriculum worldwide through the Boys and Girls Club of America and Special Olympics International.
Tunnel to Towers Foundation
The mission of the Tunnel to Towers Foundation is to honor the sacrifice of firefighter Stephen Siller who laid down his life to save others on September 11, 2001. The foundation has been helping the families of fallen service members and first responders by providing mortgage-free housing. Tunnel to Towers builds custom-designed smart homes for catastrophically injured veterans and first responders. It is also committed to eradicating veteran homelessness and aiding the victims of major U.S. disasters.
Vera Bradley Foundation
The Vera Bradley Foundation is a driving force in the fight against breast cancer. The foundation helps fund research to find a cure and improve the therapies for the most difficult-to-treat types of breast cancer, helping women affected by the disease.