Dina Manzo founded The Project Ladybug Fund, which helps sick children.
The Project Ladybug Fund, founded by Dina Manzo of HGTV’s Dina’s Party, formerly of Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” has been enriching the lives of seriously ill pediatric patients and their families since 2007. Through a number of ongoing initiatives including day trips, birthday parties and financial assistance to families in need, the organization has performed miracles for patients in the children’s hospital. In partnership with SHE by SO.CAP.USA Hair Extensions, and as part of Ladybug Month, The Project Ladybug Fund has launched Lucky Locks. From May 1 through June 7, supporters of the cause may visit participating salons to receive a single red hair extension for a donation of $10.
“My work with St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, Sloan-Kettering Memorial Hospital and Chicago’s Comer Children’s Hospital is incredibly important to me and without the support of others, none of it would even be possible. I hope women will take part in Lucky Locks and sport a red extension like mine!” says Manzo.
Lucky Locks will allow supporters of The Project Ladybug Fund opportunity to show their commitment to, and raise awareness for, this incredibly deserving cause. With red hair extensions generously provided by SHE Hair Extensions by SO.CAP. USA, supporters may visit a participating salon and receive a single red extension for a donation of just $10, which also includes removal of the extension at a later date. Check here for a list of salons participating in Lucky Locks.
“SHE by SO.CAP.USA Hair Extensions is proud to work with Project Ladybug and the Lucky Locks initiative. We hope that by offering professional salon hair extensions in exchange for a charitable donation, we are providing salon clients with a fun, fashionable and trendy way to show their personal support for such an important cause,” says Ron Cardillo, Sr., President of SHE by SO.CAP.USA Hair Extensions. “Our Lucky Locks red hair extensions will have people asking questions and help raise awareness not only of the fundraiser but of the vital services Project Ladybug provides to young patients.”