North America’s largest hair restoration provider sponsors and attends Children’s Alopecia Project gala.
Hair Club, North America’s largest provider of all proven hair loss treatments FDA-approved or cleared to work for hair loss, has helped over 500,000 men and women suffering from hair loss get their hair and confidence back. As the industry hair restoration leader, Hair Club is continually committed to the hair loss community through various philanthropic efforts. In addition to several non-profit partnerships, Hair Club founded Hair Club for Kids, a non-profit program funded entirely by Hair Club, in 1992. Children’s hair loss in particular is a cause in which Hair Club feels strongly for.
On Friday, March 21, 2014 Hair Club proudly supported the Children’s Alopecia Project (CAP) during their 10th Annual Spring Spectacular, a fundraising gala to benefit children suffering from the incurable autoimmune hair loss disease—alopecia, in Reading, PA.
According to CAP, 150,000,000 people worldwide have been diagnosed with Alopecia, a hair loss condition Hair Club is very familiar with. The Children’s Alopecia Project Spring Spectacular is the largest fundraiser of the year for CAP, with the majority of funds raised used to assure success for their international camp, Alopeciapalooza.
Staff members from the Hair Club Allentown center were honored to attend the event and take part in the night’s festivities on behalf of the entire Hair Club company. “As employees of Hair Club, we are proud to be a part of one of the best children’s hair replacement programs available. The CAP Spring Spectacular was a great experience for us all and we look forward to attending again,” stated the attending Hair Club Allentown staff members.
Hair Club is proud to announce on behalf of Jeff Woytovich, Founder, Director and CAP Kid Father, that the 10th Annual CAP Spring Spectacular was another huge success for the Children’s Alopecia Project.
“Support from the local community was outstanding as was the support from national and international companies like Hair Club and their charitable arm, Hair Club for Kids. Not only did Hair Club sponsor and attend the gala event, but CAP is proud to refer families to them when looking for a hair system for their children over the age of 10,” said Woytovich.
Hair Club encourages you to join them in supporting the Children’s Alopecia Project.
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About Children’s Alopecia Project:
The Children’s Alopecia Project (CAP) was founded in 2007 and aims to help any child in need who is living with hair loss due to all forms of alopecia. With 15 regional branches across the United States, the organization assists with building self-esteem, providing support, and raising awareness about the condition. To learn more, visit: http://childrensalopeciaproject.org/.
About Hair Club:
Founded in 1976 by Sy Sperling, Hair Club is the leading provider of all proven hair restoration solutions FDA-approved or cleared to work for hair loss. Hair Club has granted more than 500,000 men and women an experience that truly changed their lives. Today, Hair Club has 100 locations throughout the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tokyo-based Aderans Co. Ltd, the world’s leading provider of total hair loss solutions. Aderans brands in the U.S. include Bosley.