HELP THOSE AFFECTED BY SEVERE WEATHER

Severe weather recently traveled throughout the Midwestern and Southern parts of the United States causing wide-range destruction.

Strong winds and tornadoes hit states like Arkansas, Mississippi and Alabama. Trees were uprooted and houses and businesses, like salons and spas, were flattened.

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Help members of your industry get their life and career back on track after this natural disaster. You can make a difference.

The Professional Beauty Association urges all beauty professionals to make a tax-deductible donation to thePBA Disaster Relief Fund – a unique effort that provides 100% 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.

Help those in need by making a donation today

Were you or someone you know affected? Visit us online to fill out an application and apply for aid.

The PBA Disaster Relief Fund was established by the National Cosmetology Association in 1955 to assist salons in rebuilding following the devastation of a natural disaster. Over the course of five decades, the fund has been there for professionals in times of dire need.

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