Salt Cave - Darien CT - Policies and Charity
Salt Cave of Darien


Since the Himalayan Salt Cave is meant for the good of the body, we would like to honor a charity for the good of the heart. A portion of sessions booked online will be donated to one of the following four charities below and see our CT Challenge charity ride for July! We appreciate your patronage and support!


(Opening Ceremony on July 26th at 5:00-8:00) This charity is amazing in supporting anyone diagnosed with cancer at any point. Their commitment is to use the programs to equip all who battle cancer with the exercise, nutrition and mind-body knowledge, tools and community needed to live. life. vibrantly. Learn more here

We would love to have you as part of the Salt Cave of Darien team. We created a team so we hope you can join us to ride 10 miles, 25 miles or in the spin tent. Join our team! Two ways:

1) As a rider (there is a $500.00 donation requirement to be raised by October, 2019 by each rider). The Salt Cave of Darien will give you 10 salt cave sessions as a thank you!!!

2) Make a donation to our Salt Cave of Darien team! Donate up to $99.00 and get a $10.00 off session certificate with gift. Donate $100 or more and be entered into a raffle for one month of complimentary salt cave sessions. Drawing on July 31, 2019.

Sign up or donate here

Darien Youth Center

Known as "The Depot", this center welcomes all Darien teens to a safe, secure nurturing environment.

The Depot is a collaborative youth center, the first and oldest of its kind in the nation, where community needs are addressed with staff supported guidance, programming by youth, and parenting education. An alcohol and drug-free zone monitored by caring, vetted adults, The Depot provides a safe space for youth to develop leadership, planning, and decision-making skills, interact with people of different backgrounds, access adult role models and serve as community assets. The Darien Depot has been a beacon in Darien for over twenty years, providing hundreds of community youth with a safe, secure, nurturing environment where they can eat, play, and just be themselves. All Darien teens are welcome. Unlike other teen centers, we never charged a membership fee because we do not want to exclude those who could not afford to pay.

The Courage to Speak Foundation, INC

Helping and educating youth to be drug free.

The Courage to Speak Foundation and its mission is dedicated to " Saving lives by educating and empowering youth to be drug free and encouraging parents to talk to their children about the danger of drugs. Ginger Katz along with her husband Larry presents to students, parents, educators, clergy, professionals, law enforcement and others at many forums including state and national conferences. With a team of experts the organization developed drug prevention education curriculum evaluated and recommended by Yale School of Medicine. Many facilitators and teachers across the country implement the Courage to Speak Foundation student curriculum in elementary, middle and high schools as well as a multi-session program for parents called Courage to Speak - Courageous Parenting 101 which give parent tools to keep their children safe.

Alzheimer's Association - CT Chapter

Research, care and support for those affected by Alzheimer's.

To eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. The Alzheimer's Association Connecticut Chapter is the primary source of information and support to the thousands of Connecticut residents dealing with the effects of Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia.

Star INC

Helping people with developmental disabilities.

STAR is a not-for-profit organization serving individuals of all ages who have developmental disabilities, as well as providing support services to their families. We create opportunities for individuals to live full lives with independence, freedom of choice and personal growth by providing support, services and advocacy. We inform and encourage the community to recognize and appreciate the value of all individuals. Our goal is the inclusion of all individuals with disabilities in their community. STAR provided services to over 500 infants, children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families with approximately 74% of these in the low/moderate income level. They primarily reside in Fairfield County, with our Respite Services offered throughout Connecticut. These individuals range from birth to over 80 years of age and all have some form of developmental delay.