The following is a press release from the Hair Cuttery:
Throughout October in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Hair Cuttery salons in New England, including the Hair Cuttery salon in Stoughton (Walgreens Plaza/Washington St.), will accept contributions from clients and associates to support Passionately Pink for the Cure, a program of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Recognizing the devastating impact breast cancer has on women, men and families, and the importance of joining the effort to fight this widespread disease, Hair Cuttery will match contributions with a $10,000 donation.
“We at Hair Cuttery are continuing our support of Susan G. Komen for the Cure and its efforts to eradicate breast cancer,” said Dennis Ratner, Founder and CEO of Hair Cuttery. “Our caring stylists and clients are committed to making a difference in their communities,” said Ratner.
“Many of our Stylists have been touched by breast cancer in some way, so we all have overwhelmingly embraced this cause. The donations collected in the salons will help fund critical breast cancer research, as well as local education, screening and treatment programs,” said Ratner.
In addition to collecting contributions, select Hair Cuttery salons will be selling pink hair extensions and will donate a portion of the proceeds to Passionately Pink for the Cure.
Redken, Sebastian, Matrix, Paul Mitchell, Matrix, TiGi, It’s a Ten, and OPI have also joined the cause by making donations to The American Cancer Society, City of Hope and the Christina Applegate Foundation, in support of their ongoing efforts to raise awareness of and find a cure for breast cancer.
For more information on Hair Cuttery’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, go to: www.haircuttery.com.
For more information about Passionately Pink for the Cure, go to: www.passionatelypink.org