WOW Brows! Threading Salons is hosting a fundraising effort to benefit Pretty In Pink Foundation. During the month of March, $1 of each service fee generated in salons throughout North Carolina will be donated to aid breast cancer patients. On March 30, WOW Brows! will host an online auction, with a portion of the funds raised going to Pretty In Pink.
“We are very grateful to WOW Brows! and their generous fundraising efforts,” said Dr. Lisa Tolnitch, founder of Pretty In Pink. “The demand for our services is always growing. The efforts of partners like WOW Brows! are an important source of funding.”
Dr. Tolnitch, a breast cancer surgeon with Duke Cancer Institute, founded Pretty In Pink Foundation in 2004 as a vehicle for breast cancer patients who desperately needed care, treatment and surgery, but had no means of paying for service.
“We recognize the importance of the vital services provided by Pretty In Pink, and are very proud to help them in any way we can,” said Bill Kaufeld, owner of WOW Brows!.
About WOW Brows!
WOW Brows! Threading Salons (woweyebrows.com) are a chain of salons located throughout North Carolina (Durham, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and Charlotte) and Virginia (Chesapeake and Newport News). Threading is the most precise way to remove hair. It allows the stylist to design and give a more beautiful shape to the eyebrows than other methods.
About Pretty In Pink
Pretty In Pink Foundation provides the financial assistance necessary to fight breast cancer. Right now there are thousands of North Carolinians who need the latest breast cancer treatments but are either uninsured or underinsured. Pretty In Pink Foundation supports qualified “Champions” in receiving medical treatment through financial support for cancer-related treatment (such as surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy).
Donations, sponsorships and fundraising events help economically-disadvantaged women and men with breast cancer receive medical treatment through financial assistance. Also, we are dedicated to ensuring their treatments meet quality standards. Ultimately, we want to eliminate all financial barriers to treatment.