Cuccio Colour Supports Alliance for Children and Beauty Bus Foundation

Cuccio Colour Brand Manager Arica Carpenter donated Cuccio Colour polishes to the Alliance for Children, a non-profit children’s advocacy center that helps benefit abused children, and to the Beauty Bus Foundation, a national non-profit that provides free beauty and grooming services as well as pampering products to terminally ill people and their caregivers.

The donated polish for Alliance for Children will be used at the organization’s Let’s Play Bingo event, an annual fundraiser for the prevention of child abuse. The Beauty Bus Foundation polish will be used during patient visits and also distributed in its Bags of Beauty for people with conditions that prevent them from accessing a salon or spa.

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“The important thing to remember about giving back is that it doesn’t always have to be in a monetary form,” Carpenter said. “Donating polish to these organizations was a way for me to make a difference because at the end of the day, even the smallest selfless act can have a significant impact on those in less fortunate circumstances.”

—Sarah Sin

 

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