USA Hometown Heroes Invites Stylists to Become Hair Heroes for a Day

USA Hometown Heroes and Christine Zilinski of Salon Concrete have joined forces for "Hair for Heroes" a one day nationwide fundraising event. On Aug 04, 2014 salons and stylists from around the country will dedicate a day of service to raise money for USA Hometown Heroes, a nonprofit organization whose goal is to foster an environment of goodwill, generosity, and encouragement by supporting local communities in times of crisis.

Salons across the nation are invited to participate in this wonderful event and become ‘hair heroes’ in their own neighborhoods. Participating salons will be able to set up their own fundraising page and each stylist can set up their own personal fundraising page. Prizes will be awarded to the salons and stylists that hit various fundraising goals, and to those that raise the most money overall. This is an amazing opportunity to help neighbors in need by dedicating just one day of service!

Please visit http://www.crowdrise.com/HairforHeroes for more information.

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