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Makeovers That Matter Partners with Paul Mitchell Schools to Empower Female Veterans

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Makeovers That Matter (MTM) recently partnered with three Paul Mitchell Schools to help female veterans in Los Angeles. The new partnership with the Sherman Oaks, Pasadena and Costa Mesa Paul Mitchell Schools will provide 12 program participants per month with a free makeover including a cut, color, and style. Graduates of the Makeovers That Matter Mindset program will visit the Paul Mitchell School in Sherman Oaks for a free makeover prior to their graduation ceremony, which takes place on September 19 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m at 7833 W. Sunset Blvd in Los Angeles. The September graduation is hosted by Chase Bank, new dresses provided to graduates by Bibian Dresses, and event catering provided by Whole Foods. Veteran service organizations, local dignitaries, and media are welcome to attend. Please call 323-451-9459 to RSVP.

“We are thrilled with all of our sponsors, and we’re grateful for the support of Paul Mitchell Schools to help provide more female veterans with makeovers. Our foundation and our programs are growing rapidly, and we continue to serve more and more female veterans in Los Angeles,”

said Michael John Derricott, who founded Makeovers That Matter to help provide resources for struggling female veterans.

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