Walking for water in Harrison Hot Springs

Haircuts will raise money for clean water initiatives

On April 26, Harrison Hairstyling & Day Spa will participate in a global initiative that acknowledges the daily struggle of the more than one billion people around the world who do not have access to clean water. The Aveda Walk for Water campaign unites the company’s network and guests in a series of walks around the world to raise awareness, funds, and excitement of the need to protect clean water.

Each walk extends six kilometers — the average distance that women in developing countries walk to collect water each day.

For more information, visit Aveda online.

Harrison Hairstyling is also booking “Appointments for the Earth”  on Monday, April 23.

Appointments don’t need to be booked by phone, and a minimum donation of $15 is being requested.

In addition to the walk and the appointments, Aveda’s 2010 Earth Month campaign includes the launch of a limited edition Light the Way™ soy wax candle sold during the month of April. Featuring a stress-relieving aroma with certified organic French lavender, the candle is sold for Earth Month to raise funds and awareness for clean water rights across the globe.

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