At the end of May, you may notice droves of people all over the nation rocking new stylish ‘dos. The reason: thousands of Pivot Point students across the country will be hosting a Cut-A-Thon on Friday May 25, 2007 – National Missing Children’s Day – to raise money for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). It’s a way to make the world a better – and more stylish place – while simultaneously working toward a worthwhile cause.
The event will be held from 10am to 10pm at Pivot Point campuses nationwide, spearheaded by Pivot Point Cares for Kids™, the charitable arm of Pivot Point International. The event is being sponsored by the American Association of Cosmetology Schools.
“We will donate 100% of the cost of our salon services to the National Center,” says Corrine Passage, Executive Director of Pivot Point Cares for Kids™. “Our students will be providing a full range of services from hair styling, hair and scalp treatments, color services, facials, body wraps, makeup applications and nail services. Also throughout the day, special discounts will be available on select hair, skin and other beauty-related products. Other cosmetology schools will be joining
Since 1997, Pivot Point International has raised over $600,000 for the NCMEC, which is the nation’s resource for child protection, taking strides to locate and recover missing children.
For more information, go to www.pivot-point.com