It's all for a good cut, er, cause. Regis Corporation has donated hair care products and other personal care items to more than 1,000 nonprofits across North America as part of its partnership with Good360, an international nonprofit that improves lives and strengthens communities by mobilizing businesses to donate goods. In July and August, more than 7,000 Regis Corporation salons across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico partnered with Good360 to donate these products directly to regional and neighborhood nonprofits.
"Regis Corporation has a history of volunteering and donating to natural disaster relief efforts, community support programs and campaigns that support breast cancer research," said Regis Corp. President and CEO Dan Hanrahan. "Our stylists and team members are proud of the communities we live and work in, and we believe in making a positive impact on the neighborhoods we serve."
A pioneer in the product giving space, Good360 has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of America's most efficient charities. In three decades of service, the nonprofit has distributed more than $7 billion dollars in product donations to thousands of organizations serving a wide spectrum of causes and people in need.
"Product donations provided through Good360 have helped millions of nonprofits across the country expand the critical programs they offer to help people in need in their communities," said Good360 President & CEO Cindy Hallberlin. "We are proud to partner with Regis Corporation to support the important work of our nonprofit partners across North America."
Participating Regis Corporation salons include:
Head Start Haircare
Island Haircutting Co.
Jean Louis David
TGF Hair Salon
Mia & Maxx
We Care Hair
Mitchell's Hair Styling