COMMUNITY

Pink Heart Funds

“Pink Heart Funds exists to inspire, encourage, and restore hope for persons affected by cancer and hair loss disorders.” Pink Heart Fund is a wonderful organization that provides free wigs to those who do not have sufficient insurance coverage or are unable to afford to purchase wigs. The Ponytail kid’s club, founded through Pink Heart Funds, collects both hair and monetary donations to be used in the making of wigs specifically designed for children in need. They accept all hair types, natural or color treated at a minimum of 8″ of healthy, usable hair to make their wigs. It takes approximately six hair donations and $250 to make one single wig!

As a thank you for donating, we would like to offer you a haircut free of charge, just mention that you saw this notation when booking your appointment!

Aveda Earth Month

IN HONOR OF EARTH DAY, AVEDA HAS SET ASIDE A WHOLE MONTH TO LOVE, CELEBRATE AND RAISE FUNDS TO PROTECT THE EARTH AND ITS PEOPLE.

Since 1999, thanks to the passion of the Aveda network and our guests, we’ve raised more than $56 million to help support organizations that directly affect environmental change, more than $50 million has supported projects that protect clean water at home and around the world since 2007.

Please join us this April and help us protect clean water at home and around the world. Learn more

100% FOR CLEAN WATER

As part of Earth Month in April, Aveda donates 100% of the purchase price, (base on its suggested retail price of $14), of our signature limited-edition light the way candles™ to Global Greengrants Fund for water-related projects in 85 countries. Since 2007 we’ve helped 920,000 people with water-related projects.

    • 700 projects helping communities advocate for safe and affordable drinking water
    • 700 community projects to fight toxic pollution
    • 1,175 watersheds such as lakes, wetlands and rivers protected
    • 2,400 communities addressing climate change, which contributes to water shortages and scarcity across the globe
    • 42,800 women engaged in working toward clean water for their communities
    • 104,900 acres devoted to sustainable agriculture
    • 106,400 people impacted by water infrastructure projects