Johnson Compounding & Wellness truly is an amazing place to work! Steve & Diane Bernardi, the owners of Johnson Compounding & Wellness, have always realized the importance of reaching out in their community. Recently they decided to implement a monthly program at JCW; as a community we can all do our part to support local charities.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and everyday many woman & men are affected by Breast Cancer. During the month of October, we will be financially supporting Locks of Love – which is a public non-profit organization that provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children under age 21 suffering from long-term medical hair loss from any diagnosis. Locks of Love meets a unique need for children by using donated hair to create the highest quality hair prosthetics.
For those who wish to donate their lovely locks to Locks of Love, click here to learn how you can help. Any amount of “dry hair in a ponytail” can be donated to Locks of Love. Donations of 10 inches or more of “dry hair” will be used for the making of the hairpiece. Donations fewer than 10 inches of “dry hair” will not be used for the hairpiece but will be sold to offset the cost of the manufacturing of the hair piece. Gray & Bleached hair of all lengths can be donated but will also be used only to offset the cost of manufacturing the hair piece.
Hair Donations: During October, if you choose to make a hair donation of 10 inches or more that meets the Locks of Love guidelines for a hair donation, Johnson Compounding & Wellness will make a dollar amount contribution to Locks of Love. Just bring in your receipt for the haircut and a copy of the Locks of Love hair donation form and 50% of the price of your haircut will be donated.
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I lost my hair a long time ago. Being a bald women is challenging thing to deal with. I donate as often as possible. Finding a new look is hard when you only have wigs to deal with. I am glad there are companies out there helping those who are sick and have lost there hair.