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Sponsor a Child through Surface Hair Products

Lauren Salapatek | January 9, 2012 | 12:43 PM

Through increased sponsorship with the World Vision Organization, Surface has added 10 new needy children to the existing 40 children the company already sponsors each year.

"This type of giving and support is a very real part of what Surface Hair Care is all about," says Wayne Grund, the company’s CEO. "The Surface philosophy is to better the Earth and that goes beyond solely bettering the environment through our environmentally friendly hair care products. Surface also believes that in order to better the Earth, you must also take it upon yourself to help the people of our planet who need it most: impoverished children and their families.”

Monthly donations provide one girl or one boy with access to life-changing essentials such as safe water, health care and education. You can also help give his or her family the training and tools to become self-sufficent for generations to come.

Committed to helping needy children, their families, and communities, World Vision has provided hope and assistance to nearly 100 million impoverished people in almost 100 countries.

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