NEW YORK, Nov. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- While known the world over for revolutionizing hair color, MANIC PANIC®
In an ever-evolving world of need, MANIC PANIC's charitable endeavors have grown to encompass not only our on-going animal charity efforts, but diverse charities including Make A Wish, The American Breast Cancer Foundation, and the Meal On Wheels, just to name a few.
Given this recent evolution of our charity efforts, MANIC PANIC is proud to announce the establishment of the Dye For Peace™ initiative, in order to bring awareness to their continuing efforts, and to let each customer around the world know the active the role they are playing to save and enrich the lives of animals – and people – everywhere.
In the coming months, you will notice a change to MANIC PANIC's packaging with addition of this Dye For Peace™ logo to the caps of all of our iconic High Voltage™ Classic Cream Color jars:
We hope you share in their excitement to let the world know that MANIC PANIC® is more than just hair color – it's Dye For A Cause™!
MANIC PANIC gives over 15% of profits to charity annually, and last year these charities were the recipients: American Breast Cancer Foundation, LetsGetReady.com, CANCERLAND, American Action Fund Queens United for Puerto Rico, Product Donation Guiding Eyes for the Blind, Make A Wish Foundation Australia, Make A Wish USA, City Harvest Support Connection, Pets Alive US Pets, Alive Puerto Rico Luz Foundation, Westchester Medical Center, Green Hand Action Foundation, Irish Arts Center, Beauty Bus, Coney Island Fundraiser, CKMS Blood Ball, PETA Fundraiser Adopt, A Dog Now, Apraxia Support, Penn Vet School Shelter, The Good Dog Foundation, End Abuse 4 Good, Visual Arts for Estelle Bellomo, Susan Love Research Foundation, Catskill Animal Sanctuary, Green Chimneys Rhonda Markowitz Pancreatic Action Network, Children Incorporated, Meals on Wheels, Gods Love We Deliver, Project Hope for Puerto Rico, UNICEF, Howl NYC, True Color Funds, Children Hunger Relief Fund, CFC Loud N Clear Foundation, American Red Cross.
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