Provides practical assistance for women's issues during a cancer diagnosis
The Four Seasons Beauty Program provides practical assistance for women experiencing hair loss due to chemotherapy. The program also provides for support garments for conditions associated with surgery and post-treatment. All of our services are provided free of charge.
We rely on our partners to enhance our services to truly serve our cancer community. Some of our partners donate their product or services or offer us significant discounts. They are listed below* and we are grateful for their generous contributions.
We accept donated wigs that are refurbished by our salon partners. Donated product is augmented by the purchase of products, and you can help through your financial support.
This year thus far we have provided 550 women with a wig, mastectomy garment or compression sleeve.
|*Myong’s Wigs & Beauty Supplies
1360 Lee Trevino, Ste. 105
|*Suk's Wigs & Beauty Supplies
1840 Lee Trevino, Ste. 104
|*El Paso Community College
|*Tri-State Cosmetology Institute
6800 Gateway East, Suite 4A
|*Milan Beauty Institute
1580 Geroge Dieter
|*Jacqui Hair Salon
5835 N. Mesa
The FACCE (Fine Arts Creating Cancer Enlightenment) program provides an opportunity for area high school art students to showcase their artistic skills, with an ultimate goal of developing a more profound understanding of cancer and its side effects among our teenage population. Through partnerships with local school districts, we engage both instructors and students alike through integrating a cancer related art assignment into their curriculum. White Styrofoam wig heads are provided to each student in an art class to design and paint during a 6-week time frame. The finished products are proudly displayed on wigs that are given free to women undergoing hair loss due to a cancer diagnosis.
The project paves a way for young adults to become cognizant and responsive to community service. The hands-on project provides a team approach among students to address and discuss specific issues for which there may be no prior knowledge. Students from different backgrounds and varying experiences are more aware of the cancer experience and understand the role arts plays in healing our community.
If you are interested in students from your school campus participating in the FACCE program, please call Cindi Martinez , Program Coordinator at 915-562-7660.
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