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Help Salon Affected by Hurricane Isaac

Valeria Fanelli | September 13, 2012 | 10:48 AM

The Professional Beauty Association are asking beauty professionals to make a tax deductible donation to the PBA Disaster Relief Fund – a unique effort that provides 100 percent of all funds raised directly to professional beauty industry professionals in need. The Fund was established in 1955 to assist salons in rebuilding following the devastation of natural disaster. Over the course of five decades, the fund has been there for professionals in times of dire need.

Testimonials:

“Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity. This confirms my decision to be a part of this industry even more!” - Chrissi Krause, victim of Tennessee flooding in 2010.

“We had five feet of water and debris in my salon. It was a great surprise to know there is help out there. Thank you very very much!” - Christl Young, victim of Hurricane Irene in 2011.

“I truly thank God for giving all of you a caring spirit.” – Jonathan Rodgers, victim of Tennessee flooding in 2010.

If your salon would like to learn more about the PBA Disaster Relief Fund and to make a donation, visit: probeauty.org/disaster-relief-fund

Where you or someone you know affected?

Visit probeauty.org/disaster-relief-fund to fill out an application and apply for aid.

Help Salon Affected by Hurricane Isaac

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