Scot Lewis Schools and Paul Mitchell Schools Raise $1.2 Million for Charity

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  • Boise City, ID (1888PressRelease) September 14, 2010 - Each year, thousands of Future Professionals and staff members from Paul Mitchell Schools donate their time, talent, and energy to support a variety of charitable causes. The 2010 "FUNraising" campaign raised over $1.2 million. The efforts of Paul Mitchell Schools, including Scot Lewis Schools, will:

    Feed over 4,600 orphaned children for a year through Food 4 Africa
    Provide 4 MRIs, 4 critical care cribs, 8 ventilators, 4 bedside monitors, 14 pulse oximeters, 8 pediatric wheelchairs, 2 emergency carts, and 6 fetal heart monitors for a Children's Miracle Network hospital
    Directly save 20 lives and screen over 1,000 people for heart disease through the Larry King Cardiac Foundation
    Help develop new Leeza's Places and provide programming, resources, and research through the Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation
    Support individuals and organizations that benefit hairdressers through the Andrew Gomez Dream Foundation
    Help salon professionals rebuild their salons and professional lives following the devastation of natural disasters through the NCA Disaster Relief Fund
    Provide basic hair care for 1,000 low-income and homeless children and adults and pay rent for Sister Bonnie's Franciscan Daymaker Salon for a year.
    Provide 400 hours of individual speech and language therapy for lower-income deaf children from the greater Los Angeles area through No Limits.

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