Sunday, March 17, 2013
Celebrity wig master Terrence Davidson joined with Mizani hair-care products, to create custom creations for Wigs 4 Kids.
Terrence Davidson, who has designed wigs for Nicki Minaj, Patti LaBelle, Tyra Banks and others, partnered with hair-care product company Mizani to create wigs for children and teens in the Wigs 4 Kids program. The wigs were provided at no cost to the children or their families. Davidson also attended a fashion show at Barrister Gardens, which was a fundraiser for the St. Clair Shores-based charity which provides wigs and support services, at no cost, to children in Michigan between the ages of 3 through 18 who have experienced hair loss due to cancer treatment, alopecia, trichotillomania and other disorders. In a release, Davidson said working with Wigs 4 Kids was “Amazing! When God gives to you, make sure you give back. I felt so gifted…
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Terrence Davidson is the hairstylist and wig master to the stars including Tyra Banks, Jennifer Hudson, Nicki Minaj and children served by St. Clair Shores-based Wigs 4 Kids.
Celebrity hairstylist Terrence Davidson delivered custom-made wigs Wednesday to 10 children in the Wigs 4 Kids program before he joined the children at fashion show fundraiser at Barrister Gardens. Proceeds from the fundraiser benefit Wigs 4 Kids, a non-profit organization that provides wigs and support services to children experiencing hair loss as a result of illness and treatment. The program is available to Michigan children between the ages of 3 and 18 at no cost to them or their families.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Maggie Varney, founder and CEO of Wigs 4 Kids, was interviewed on WJBK-TV and discussed the work of the non-profit and Wednesday's fashion show at Barrister Gardens.
The work and mission of St. Clair Shores-based Wigs 4 Kids was shared with viewers of WJBK-TV during Tuesday's morning show. Maggie Varney, Wigs 4 Kids founder and CEO, was interviewed Tuesday morning and discussed the work of the non-profit organization that provides wigs and support services to children who are experiencing hair loss as a result of illness and treatment. A second report previewing the fashion show fundraiser Wednesday at Barrister Gardens was also shown during the newscast. Celebrity hairstylist Terrence Davidson will be present to deliver custom-made wigs to 10 children in the Wigs 4 Kids program at the fashion show fundraiser. Regular admission is $30 and VIP seating and photo ops with the Wig Master himself will be …
Saturday, March 2, 2013
Celebrity hairstylist Terrence Davidson will deliver custom-made wigs to children in the Wigs 4 Kids program at a fashion show Wednesday at Barrister Gardens in St. Clair Shores.
Celebrity stylist to the stars will be deliver custom-made wigs to 10 children in the Wigs 4 Kids program at a fashion show for the St. Clair Shores-based charity. Terrence Davidson, whose clients include Tyra Banks, Patti Labelle, Jennifer Hudson and Nicki Minaj, will deliver the custom-made wigs to the Wigs 4 Kids Fashion Show from 6-9 p.m. Wednesday at Barrister Gardens. Children receiving Davidson’s creations will "strut their stuff" on the runway and during the fashion show fundraiser, organizers said. “We are so fortunate to have a national figure in the beauty industry come and share his talent, creativity and generosity to help continue the mission of Wigs 4 Kids and support us in serving the children of Michigan,” said Wigs 4 …
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Little Miss St. Clair Shores recently donated 10 inches of her long, blond hair to Wigs 4 Kids. The hair will be used to make a wig for a child who lost their hair due to disease.
As Little Miss St. Clair Shores, Jenna Dell doesn't have an official platform, but her recent hair donation to Wigs 4 Kids demonstrated her commitment to helping others. Dell, 10, recently decided to donate 10 inches of her long, blond hair to St. Clair Shores-based Wigs 4 Kids. Her donation will be used to create a wig for a child from Michigan who lost their hair as a result of illness and treatment. "It feels so wierd. It feels good at the same time," said Dell, after her hair was cut. "It's so short and I like it." Peggy Dell, the proud mother of Little Miss St. Clair Shores, said her daughter first learned of Wigs 4 Kids during the Kiwanis Fun Fest. While on her official duty representing the Miss St. Clair Shores Pageant, she met …
Monday, December 24, 2012
Wigs 4 Kids has been received a Top-Rated Award from GreatNonprofits, the leading provider of user reviews about nonprofit organizations. Only one percent of non-profits that are nominated receive the award.
Wigs 4 Kids has received a 2012 Top-Rated Award by GreatNonprofits.org. The award is based on "the large number of positive reviews that Wigs 4 Kids received from volunteers, donors and clients," according to the charity. “We are excited to be named a 2012 Top-Rated Nonprofit,” says Maggie Varney, Founder & CEO of Wigs 4 Kids, in a release. “We are proud of our accomplishments this year, and the demand for our services continues to grow, as we now service four times the amount of children than we have in previous years.” Being designated on the Top-Rated List allows $1 donated in December will be doubled by a sponsor up to $10,0000. We have until December 31st to reach our goal. Wigs 4 Kids provides wigs and support services to Michigan …
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Members of the community gathered Thursday for a charity volleyball game for Wigs 4 Kids.
Elected officials, representatives of the three school districts and members of the community took to the court Thursday at South Lake High School for a charity volleyball game for Wigs 4 Kids. The game featured officials including Mayor Kip Walby and Councilman John Caron, Lakeshore YMCA Director Joe Kovalchek and Cool City member Jennifer Hornok. Nearly $600 was raised from the game for Wigs 4 Kids, with an additional $300 raised from other fundraisers at the school.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Bump, set, donate. South Lake High School will be hosting a charity volleyball game Thursday to benefit Wigs 4 Kids.
The St. Clair Shores community will come together at 7 p.m. Thursday for a charity volleyball game at South Lake High School. Mayor Kip Walby, Councilman John Caron, Lake Shore High School assistant principal Jannelle Bross, Lakeshore YMCA Director Joe Kovalchek, Cool City member Jennifer Hornok, Jefferson Middle School teacher Leslie Bice, along with members of the South Lake High School staff, will play South Lake students in a charity game. Admission from the game, which is solely by donation, will be dontated to Wigs 4 Kids. T-shirts will also be sold to benefit the proposed skatepark in St. Clair Shores, along with the Shoresopoly games to benefit the St. Clair Shores Senior Center will be sold. "It is a great way to show support for …
Monday, December 3, 2012
Wigs 4 Kids held their annual holiday party this weekend at the St. Clair Shores Country Club.
Wigs 4 Kids ambassadors, staff and volunteers gathered this weekend at the St. Clair Shores Country Club for their annual holiday party. The party was hosted by Tom Giftos and National Coney Island staff and included music by DJ George Munger and Elite Entertainment and Dancers Workshop performers. The event was topped off by a visit from Santa and his elves. The St. Clair Shores-based charity provides wigs and support services to children throughout Michigan who are experiencing hair loss due to illness and treatment.
Monday, November 26, 2012
The Great Oaks Elementary students donated their hair for other children through the St. Clair Shores charity.
Two Chesterfield Township girls are following in their mother's clippings. After watching their mom Virginia Goleski donate her hair to charity over the years, Emily, 6, and Stephanie, 10, recently chopped their ponytails to benefit Wigs 4 Kids of St. Clair Shores. "They were absolutely thrilled," Goleski said. "Somebody else will have a beautiful wig because Stephanie and Emily donated their hair." For the Great Oaks Elementary students, the good deeds start young. When Stephanie, now a fifth-grader in the Anchor Bay School District, first donated 12-1/2 inches of her locks she was only 4. The second time she cut her hair was in honor of a boy in her second-grade classroom at Lobbestael Elementary in L'Anse Creuse Public Schools …