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Project Beauty Share: Donate beauty and hygiene products to local women in need

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

It's time to get into the holiday spirit of giving! One non-profit that has been giving hygiene and beauty products to local women in need since 2009 is Project Beauty Share.

Project Beauty Share was started by Spokane local and former model, Julie Farley who owns the Make-Up Studio in downtown Spokane. Farley started the organization after realizing that basic hygiene products, "basic human needs" as she calls them, are not covered under state funded assistance programs. She also knows how much feeling clean and wearing a little make-up can boost a woman's confidence. 

Project Beauty Share has a Christmas Gift Bag program where they donate hundreds of gift bags full of essential beauty products to women living in our area shelters. To fill those bags, your help is needed!

To see a list of the shelters that receive the gift bags, click here: http://www.projectbeautyshare.org/where-we-give

For information on how to give, click here: http://www.projectbeautyshare.org/how-to-give
 

DONATION ITEMS (http://www.projectbeautyshare.org/what-to-give)

It's easy to help. Look in your makeup bag. Is there a makeup color you never use because it just wasn't quite right? Do you have hotel shampoos, lotions, or soaps from that last trip? Did your partner bring home the wrong fragrance? Don't throw away those items. Donate them to Project Beauty Share so that we may help women get back on their feet.

WHAT TO DONATE:

Please donate barely used items.

  • Barely Used Makeup
  • Clean Makeup Bags
  • Facial Cleansers & Moisturizers
  • Body Lotion & Sunscreen
    (more than half full)
  • Bar Soap & Shower Gels*
  • Toothpaste & Toothbrushes*
  • Deodorant*
  • Feminine Hygiene Products
  • Shampoo & Conditioner
    (more than half full)
  • Combs & Brushes*
  • Hair Styling Products
  • Hair Styling Tools
  • Perfume & Body Sprays
  • Nail Polish & Remover
  • Nail Files*

*These items must be unused

DROP OFF LOCATIONS

Downtown

The Make-up Studio
216 N. Bernard,  99201
(509) 455-3537

Glen Dow
309 W. Riverside, 99201
(509) 624-3244

Precision Pilates of Spokane
221 W. Pacific Ave, 99201
(509) 747-3439

Wink, A Salon
204 Division St., 99202
(509) 624-6955

Design Spike, Inc.
203 N. Washington, Ste 204, 99201
(509) 252-5060

Jewelry Design Center
821 N. Division, 99202
(509) 487-5905

Salon Nouveau
224 N. Howard,  99201
(509) 624-6955

Echo Boutique
176 S. Howard, Suite A, 99201
(509) 747-0890

Lolo Boutique
319 W. 2nd Ave., 99201
(509) 747-2867

Vida Salon & Spa
1105 N. Lincoln St., 99201
(509) 252-9890

Stewart Title of Spokane
908 N. Howard, Ste. 200, 99201
(509) 328-7171

North Side

Angelina Salon & Spa
8701 N. Division Ste. H, 99218
(509) 465-2702

Audrey's Boutique
3131 N. Division St., 99207
(509) 324-8612

Rejuvenate Rx LLC
12519 N. Division Hwy. Suite 6, 99218
(509) 290-6149

Chee Chee's Day Spa and Salon
314 W. Francis, 99205
(509) 467-5104

Salon Avea
915 E. Hawthorne Rd., Suite C, 99218
(509) 464-0017

South Hill

14th and Grand Salon
1337 S. Grand Blvd., 99202
(509) 624-7263

Creations Hair Salon
2719 E. 31st, 99223
(509) 535-7137

Rae's Beauty Supply & Salon
2528 E. 29th, 99223
(509) 533-0598

Spokane Valley

InStyle Salon
321 N. Pines #D, 99206
(509) 921-5656

Simply Northwest
11806 E. Sprague
(509) 927-8206

Tracy Jewelers
106 North Evergreen Road, 99216
(509) 893-2929

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