Ola Salon announces 3 more events in support of Transitional Resources

Ola Salon, known for its community involvement, has announced 3 more events in their campaign to raise $10,000 for mental health care organization Transitional Resources. On Friday, November 22 from 6:00-8:00 pm, the salon is offering blowouts, brow waxes, facial waxing and bang trims for a suggested donation of $40, with all proceeds benefiting Transitional Resources, a neighborhood mental health center.

They will also offer a limited number of haircuts on an appointment-only basis for the same suggested donation. Patrons can also purchase special discounted products, and purchase gift certificates for future services, with 10% of gift certificate proceeds going to the benefit.

On Thursday, December 12, Ola will be hosting a chance to do some holiday shopping while supporting Transitional Resources and local businesses by hosting a mobile shopping event. Mobile vendors from around the area will be attending with numerous opportunities to buy unique, local goods with a portion of proceeds benefiting the campaign.

On Friday, January 3, Ola will be helping folks kick off the New Year with their best foot forward with another night of salon services available on a donation basis. As always, the events will include a festive atmosphere with music, nibbles, and drinks.

Ola Salon is owned by Rachel Karlin. The salon is well known in the area for its friendly staff, fashionable services, and commitment to the community. Rachel won Transitional Resources’ Community Citizenship award in 2012 and continues to support TR’s work alongside Ola’s many other contributions to local organizations.

About Transitional Resources
Transitional Resources has been providing innovative and respective mental health care to residents of King County for 35 years. With a specialization in serving individuals with the most serious and persistent forms of mental illness, Transitional Resources offers a continuum of care that includes case management, crisis intervention, affordable housing, and vocational services. As winter settles in and the days get shorter and colder, it is especially important that Transitional Resources have the support of its community, ensuring that clients have shelter during the cold months, along with the support they need to be successful. The Ola campaign will help make it possible for Transitional Resources to continue providing respectful, optimistic, and highly personalized care to those most in need.

Ola Salon is located at 2942 Avalon Way SW and you can reach them by phone at (206) 883-2029

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