From helping children and animals to fighting cancer and homelessness, Paul Mitchell® is (and always has been) dedicated to making our world a more beautiful place. This culture of giving naturally extends to our schools and, year after year, our students feel empowered by their ability to make a difference in the lives of others.
Photo Left: Magic Johnson and Marie Osmond representing their Paul Mitchell Schools-supported charities.
Since 2004, Paul Mitchell Schools have raised more than $15.2 million for charities in their communities and around the world as a result of the annual three-month FUNraising Campaigns. Their efforts include grassroots, dollar-by-dollar events such as cut-a-thons, fashion shows, bake sales, and car washes. And thanks to their success, our Future Professionals have already raised:
Interested in making a donation? Find a school near you for a list of upcoming FUNraising events and activities in your community.
In 1980, Paul Mitchell became the first professional beauty company to publicly stand up against animal testing. Now, nearly 35 years later, this pledge remains a driving force in all that we do. In fact, in 2013, Paul Mitchell Co-founder John Paul DeJoria made the decision to stop selling our products in China when animal testing became a mandate, reaffirming our brand’s steadfast commitment to being cruelty-free.
Paul Mitchell Schools use Paul Mitchell products, so our students can feel good knowing their education will never support cruelty to animals. It’s just another way we’re making the world a more beautiful place—one good deed at a time.