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Disaster Relief: Apply and Contribute Now

October 29, 2012 | 3:26 PM

Since 1955, the PBA Disaster Relief Fund has been there to assist salons/spas and beauty professionals recover and rebuild after devastation caused by natural disasters.

 As Hurricane Sandy and related storms continue to move across the greater Northeast, PBA is reaching out to beauty professionals and companies to contribute to the PBA Disaster Relief Fund so they can continue to help professionals rebuild their careers, businesses and lives.

 "The PBA Disaster Relief Fund is a perfect way for our industry to come together and help support fellow beauty professionals in their time of need," says Steve Sleeper, Executive Director of the Professional Beauty Association.

 All donations made to the PBA Disaster Relief Fund are tax deductible and 100% of all funds raised go directly to beauty industry professionals in need. Make donations online, by mail or by phone.

 • Contributions can be made online by credit card by simply completing the online donation form at: www.probeauty.org/disaster-relief-fund.

• Check or money order donations should be made payable to PBA Disaster Relief Fund and mailed to 15825 N. 71st Street, Suite 100, Scottsdale, AZ 85254.

• Contributions can also be made by phone by calling the PBA toll free number at 800.468.2274.

 Help PBA spread the word. Salon professionals that have been affected by this natural disaster can apply for assistance from the PBA Disaster Relief Fund by downloading the Application for Aid at www.probeauty.org/disaster-relief-fund.

 Send completed application and any additional documents to:

 PBA Disaster Relief Fund

C/O PBA

15825 N. 71st Street STE 100

Scottsdale, AZ 85254

 The PBA Disaster Relief Fund is a program of the PBA Foundation, a 501c3 tax-exempt organization. 100% of donations made to the PBA Disaster Relief Fund will be used to help rebuild careers, businesses and lives. Donations are tax deductible as charitable contributions.

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