The Thomas Cole Salon cut-a-thon to benefit The Ty Louis Campbell Foundation for pediatric cancer research
Sunday, January 26, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Thomas Cole Salon at 8 Bond St., Suite 100, Great Neck, NY will be hosting a cut-a-thon fundriaser to benefit The Ty Louis Campbell Foundation for pediatric cancer research on January 26, 2014. Some of Long Islands top stylist are coming together for the event & for a minimum donation of $30.00 you can indulge yourself in a designer haircut. Their will also be raffle items available for products and services that have been donated by local merchants.. Their will be 3 time slots available to choose from. 9:00-11:00, 11:00-1:00 or 1:00-3:00 with a limited amount of tickets for each time slot. The stylists will do their best to keep your appointment during your time slot. Purchase your ticket in advance to get the time slot that works for you. Please bring a copy of your receipt to the event. Walk ins are welcome but we do encourage purchasing tickets in advance. You do not need to be present to win the raffle items but you are responsable for picking them up from the salon.
When & Where
The Ty Louis Campbell Foundation/ Thomas Cole Salon
The Thomas Cole Salon was realized in the summer of 2007, in the heart of Great Neck, New York. it has been reviewed as one of the best hair salons on Long Island, for its focus on the art of hair and they have been so gracious as to pair up with The Ty Louis Campbell Foundation a certified 501(c)(3) non profit organization for pediatric cancer research. Inspired by forever 5 year old cancer warrior Ty Louis Campbell who lost his battle with brain cancer in October of 2012 to help raise desperatley needed funds for research for less toxic treatments that are specifically gearwed toward the deadliest forms of childhood cacner including brain and spinal cord tumors.
Please join us for a fun filled day at the Thomas Cole Salon while helping us raise awareness to the disease that claims the lives of 7 children every day in the U.S.A.