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EARTH MONTH 2021

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Each year during the month of April, we celebrate Earth Month by raising money for local and global non-profit organizations that better our planet and communities.

 

This year, our fundraising efforts include various events and opportunities for donation. The Institute of Beauty and Wellness will be hosting a Catwalk for Clean Water and a Walk-a-Thon for Clean Water with all proceeds going to The Urban Ecology Center and Charity: Water. We will also be supporting these foundations by taking donations, roundups, and offering fun spin-to-win opportunities for all guests in-store.

EARTH MONTH 2021

SHOW YOU CARE
Donate. Participate. Round-Up.

 

Each year during the month of April, we celebrate Earth Month by raising money for local and global non-profit organizations that better our planet and communities.

 

This year, our fundraising efforts include various events and opportunities for donation. The Institute of Beauty and Wellness will be hosting a Catwalk for Clean Water and a Walk-a-Thon for Clean Water with all proceeds going to The Urban Ecology Center and Charity: Water. We will also be supporting these foundations by taking donations, roundups, and offering fun spin-to-win opportunities for all guests in-store.

Catwalk for Water
Virtual Fashion Show

 

April 28, 7:00 pm

Join us for a night of fashion, fun and fundraising to celebrate Earth Month.

Catwalk for Clean Water is a fashion show by The Institute of Beauty and Wellness featuring hair, makeup and looks by students from all programs. The Institute of Beauty and Wellness is partnering with Charity:Water and the Urban Ecology Center to raise money for scholarships that will go to students studying water to help advance water technology in our community and around the world.

Walk-a-Thon
For Clean Water

 

April 21, 9:00 am

Not everyone has access to clean running water. In rural, developing cities worldwide, the average distance women and children walk to collect water is 6km. This year, on April 21st at 9:00am, The Aveda Institute of Beauty and Wellness in Milwaukee and Madison will be joining the rest of the Aveda network by walking that same distance in our Walk for Water to bring awareness to the lack of clean water for those in need.

Catwalk for Water
Virtual Fashion Show

 

April 28, 7:00 pm

Join us for a night of fashion, fun and fundraising to celebrate Earth Month.

Catwalk for Clean Water is a fashion show by The Institute of Beauty and Wellness featuring hair, makeup and looks by students from all programs. The Institute of Beauty and Wellness is partnering with Charity:Water and the Urban Ecology Center to raise money for scholarships that will go to students studying water to help advance water technology in our community and around the world.

Walk-a-Thon
For Clean Water

 

April 21, 9:00 am

6km is the average distance women and children walk every day in rural, developing cities worldwide to collect water. On April 21st at 9:00am, The Aveda Institute of Beauty and Wellness will be walking that same distance in our Walk for Water through Milwaukee’s Third Ward to bring awareness to the lack of clean water.

Catwalk for Water
Virtual Fashion Show

 

April 28, 7:00 pm

Join us for a night of fashion, fun and fundraising to celebrate Earth Month.

Catwalk for Clean Water is a fashion show by The Institute of Beauty and Wellness featuring hair, makeup and looks by students from all programs. The Institute of Beauty and Wellness is partnering with Charity:Water and the Urban Ecology Center to raise money for scholarships that will go to students studying water to help advance water technology in our community and around the world.

Walk-a-Thon
For Clean Water

 

April 21, 9:00 am

6km is the average distance women and children walk every day in rural, developing cities worldwide to collect water. On April 21st at 9:00am, The Aveda Institute of Beauty and Wellness will be walking that same distance in our Walk for Water through Milwaukee’s Third Ward to bring awareness to the lack of clean water.

Urban Ecology Center
Local nonprofit organization

 

“The Urban Ecology Center connects people in cities to nature and each other. The three locations are open to the public and serve people of all ages and income levels across Milwaukee. Each year on average 200,000 people visit the Urban Ecology Center’s branches and parks for summer camps, environmental education programs, community science opportunities, and land stewardship activities.”

 

Their vision is to “inspire generations to build environmental curiosity, understanding, and respect. We restore hope and heal our urban natural world, neighborhood by neighborhood.”

 

“Today, the Urban Ecology Center has two additional locations in Milwaukee: one in Washington Park to serve communities and schools on Milwaukee’s west side and one in the Menomonee Valley on Milwaukee’s south side. We are a vibrant and growing organization, serving 77,000+ people each year and protecting and restoring urban green spaces in Milwaukee.”

Urban Ecology Center
Local nonprofit organization

 

“The Urban Ecology Center connects people in cities to nature and each other. The three locations are open to the public and serve people of all ages and income levels across Milwaukee. Each year on average 200,000 people visit the Urban Ecology Center’s branches and parks for summer camps, environmental education programs, community science opportunities, and land stewardship activities.”

 

Their vision is to “inspire generations to build environmental curiosity, understanding, and respect. We restore hope and heal our urban natural world, neighborhood by neighborhood.”

 

“Today, the Urban Ecology Center has two additional locations in Milwaukee: one in Washington Park to serve communities and schools on Milwaukee’s west side and one in the Menomonee Valley on Milwaukee’s south side. We are a vibrant and growing organization, serving 77,000+ people each year and protecting and restoring urban green spaces in Milwaukee.”

Urban Ecology Center
Local nonprofit organization

 

“The Urban Ecology Center connects people in cities to nature and each other. The three locations are open to the public and serve people of all ages and income levels across Milwaukee. Each year on average 200,000 people visit the Urban Ecology Center’s branches and parks for summer camps, environmental education programs, community science opportunities, and land stewardship activities.”

 

Their vision is to “inspire generations to build environmental curiosity, understanding, and respect. We restore hope and heal our urban natural world, neighborhood by neighborhood.”

 

“Today, the Urban Ecology Center has two additional locations in Milwaukee: one in Washington Park to serve communities and schools on Milwaukee’s west side and one in the Menomonee Valley on Milwaukee’s south side. We are a vibrant and growing organization, serving 77,000+ people each year and protecting and restoring urban green spaces in Milwaukee.”

charity: water
National nonprofit organization

 

“Charity:Water is a nonprofit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries. 785 million people live without clean water. That’s nearly 1 in 10 people worldwide, or, twice the population of the United States without access to life’s most basic human need. The majority live in isolated rural areas and spend hours every day walking to collect water for their family. Not only does walking for water keep kids out of school and take up time that parents could be used to earn money, but the water often carries diseases that make them sick.

 

When a community gets access to clean water, it can change just about everything. It can improve health, increase access to food, grow local economies, and help kids spend more time in school.

 

The water crisis is huge, but it is solvable. We work with local experts and community members to find the best sustainable solution in each place where we work, whether it’s a well, a piped system, a BioSand Filter, or a system for harvesting rainwater. And with every water point, we fund, our partners coordinate sanitation and hygiene training and establish a local Water Committee to help keep water flowing for years to come.”

charity: water
National nonprofit organization

 

“Charity:Water is a nonprofit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries. 785 million people live without clean water. That’s nearly 1 in 10 people worldwide, or, twice the population of the United States without access to life’s most basic human need. The majority live in isolated rural areas and spend hours every day walking to collect water for their family. Not only does walking for water keep kids out of school and take up time that parents could be used to earn money, but the water often carries diseases that make them sick.

 

When a community gets access to clean water, it can change just about everything. It can improve health, increase access to food, grow local economies, and help kids spend more time in school.

 

The water crisis is huge, but it is solvable. We work with local experts and community members to find the best sustainable solution in each place where we work, whether it’s a well, a piped system, a BioSand Filter, or a system for harvesting rainwater. And with every water point, we fund, our partners coordinate sanitation and hygiene training and establish a local Water Committee to help keep water flowing for years to come.”

charity: water
National nonprofit organization

 

“Charity:Water is a nonprofit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries. 785 million people live without clean water. That’s nearly 1 in 10 people worldwide, or, twice the population of the United States without access to life’s most basic human need. The majority live in isolated rural areas and spend hours every day walking to collect water for their family. Not only does walking for water keep kids out of school and take up time that parents could be used to earn money, but the water often carries diseases that make them sick.

 

When a community gets access to clean water, it can change just about everything. It can improve health, increase access to food, grow local economies, and help kids spend more time in school.

 

The water crisis is huge, but it is solvable. We work with local experts and community members to find the best sustainable solution in each place where we work, whether it’s a well, a piped system, a BioSand Filter, or a system for harvesting rainwater. And with every water point, we fund, our partners coordinate sanitation and hygiene training and establish a local Water Committee to help keep water flowing for years to come.”

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