Salon Today's Take Action Guide

By Stacey Soble | 03/05/2014 4:30:00 PM

 

SALON TODAY’s Take Action Guide

Looking for ways to get involved? A number of beauty-based philanthropy organizations are looking for salons and beauty professionals to partner with in their charitable endeavors, and a few on this list are organized to give a helping hand to beauty professionals themselves.

Peruse the list, follow your heart and get involved!

Take Action Guide: Beauty Bus Foundation

Take Action Guide: Beauty Restores Foundation

Take Action Guide: Charity Challenge

Take Action Guide: Childhelp

Take Action Guide: City of Hope

Take Action Guide: Cut It Out

Take Action Guide: Disaster Relief Fund

Take Action Guide: Esperanza

Take Action Guide: Extension Donation Program

Take Action Guide: Fite

Take Action Guide: Friends Are By Your Side

Tale Action Guide: Help A Hero

Take Action Guide: Matrix Imagine All You Can Be Scholarships

Take Action Guide: Look Good, Feel Better

Take Action Guide: Makeovers That Matter

Take Action Guide: Mondays At Racine

Take Action Guide: Neill-TSP Philanthropy

Take Action Guide: People, Pets, and Planet

Take Action Guide: Pivot Point Cares for Kids

Talk Action Guide: Shop Talk Movement

Take Action Guide: Strategies Rides for MS

Take Action Guide: Survivor Glam Squad

Take Action Guide: Wigs for Kids

Take Action Guide: Wigs for Kids
Take Action Guide: Friends Are By Your Side
Take Action Guide: Esperanza
Take Action Guide: City of Hope
Take Action Guide: Beauty Restores Foundation

 

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Stacey Soble

Stacey Soble Stacey Soble, Editor in Chief of Salon Today

Stacey has been involved in the conversation of salon business for 14 years—as a reporter, a consultant and as the Editor in Chief of SALON TODAY.

Read Stacey Soble's Blogs You can e-mail Stacey at ssobley@vancepublishing.com.

 


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Sydney Berry    
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Seattle, WA  |  March, 08, 2014 at 10:30 AM

So delighted that you listed the activities of many who are championing the way of actions within our communities. An additional one I would add is Justice and Soul who's mission was created by Matthew Fairfax by his amazing commitment of his personal possessions sold and his move to Cambodia to facilitate the opening of a salon/school for sex trafficked women. The long term goal is for women in the USA to be provided scholarships to cosmetology schools to foster their careers within our industry, which is so giving, nurturing and supports so many women with a career of connecting with others.