Saturday, November 7, 2015

#GivingIsMyStyle: How Do You Give? @paulmitchellus

How do you give? 

I give by loving these two boys unconditionally. In a world of violence, heartache and the many struggles that life throws at us these days the least I can do is give my boys unconditional love at home so they know that I'll always be here for them and they'll always have a safe place to come home to etc.... 

Paul Mitchell is celebrating their commitment to live beautifully by giving. Whether that means taking steps toward sustainability, helping families in need or supporting undeserved kids, Paul Mitchell believes in doing good for people, animals and our planet.

Join Paul Mitchell's global family and share how you give this month and you can help the 6 charities below. Simply share how you give on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #GivingIsMyStyle and Paul Mitchell will donate $1 to these organizations. Whether it's buying a co-worker a cup of coffee or planting a tree at a local park we want to see how YOU give this month! Share 1 post and they'll donate $1, share 1,000 posts and they'll donate $1,000... you get the point now go share how you're giving this month!

Bright Pink: Bright Pink is the only national non-profit organization that focuses on the prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in young women. We are proud to support their mission to educate, equip and empower women of all ages to be proactive with their health. @BeBrightPink

Waterkeeper Foundation: For more than 10 years, Paul Mitchell has supported Waterkeeper Alliance in their mission to protect rivers, streams, coastlines and other major waterways around the world.@Waterkeeper

Morris Animal Foundation: Morris Animal Foundation is a global leader in supporting scientific research that advances veterinary medicine. We're proud to support the organization's commitment to improving the health and quality of life for dogs, cats, horses and wildlife around the world.@Morris_Animal

Grow Appalachia: In 2010, Paul Mitchell co-founder John Paul DeJoria teamed up with Berea College to establish Grow Appalachia, a non-profit initiative that helps Appalachian families plant a healthy future. Over the last few years, the organization has produced more than 1.1 million pounds of healthy, organic food for thousands of people in five states.@GrowAppalachia

Boys and Girls Club: Paul Mitchell co-founder John Paul DeJoria grew up in an underserved Los Angeles community. During his youth, the local Boys and Girls Club provided a safe place for him to socialize, learn and grow. Today, our company is proud to give back to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and their efforts to create great futures for young people.@BGCA_Clubs

Reforest'Action: Paul Mitchell Tea Tree proudly supports Reforest'Action, an environmental organization that plants trees worldwide, in the areas where they're needed most. Join The Green Takeover and help us plant 500,000 trees by 2016.


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