Lowcountry salons participate in fundraiser aimed to help stop sex trafficking
What girl doesn’t want to be so gorgeous she stops traffic? “Stop Traffic at Prom” is an opportunity to be a showstopper and help victims of human trafficking.
The Paul Mitchell Cosmetology School will be hosting events during April and May to help girls get ready for prom and raise money for Shared Hope International, which works to prevent and help victims of sex trafficking.
All proceeds will go to the organization when customers mention Stop Traffic when making their appointments.
Salons throughout the Lowcountry will donate 50 percent of proceeds to Shared Hope International. Salons include Carolina Color and Cuts (April 21), Visage Salon (April 28), Tresses (April 28), Article Five (April 28 and May 26) and Revamp Salon (May 26).
The Paul Mitchell Cosmetology School, 4952 Centre Pointe Drive, No. 114 in North Charleston, will have events April 21, 27, 28 and May 26.