Join us on Small Business Saturday

ShopSmallGoing into our 10th year of business next year, we cannot tell you how grateful we are to you, our Salon Khouri enthusiasts, for supporting us, a local, small business! We wanted to let you know we will be celebrating Small Business Saturday this year in a new way! We are a registered small business with American Express which means you receive a $10 American Express statement credit for shopping with us on November 29th! This year, we will have a gifting station where you can stop in and purchase custom-made gift baskets for your friends, family, teachers. You can choose fabulous lotions, soaps, candles, hair products, jewelry and gift certificates. And, we will have raffles that day for everyone who participates! To receive statement credit, you must register your card with American Express.

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Our November Community Partner is Our Daily Bread Fairfax

We love partnering with Our Daily Bread Fairfax. For over 30 years, they have been working to meet the ever-changing needs of the working poor or those in crisis. They work hard to empower Fairfax residents to cross the bridge from need to true financial self-sufficiency. This November, we will be donating $1 from every haircut to Our Daily Bread Fairfax.

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We would also like to invite you to join their Complete the Circle FoodRaiser on Sunday, November 9th from 1-2:30 PM at the Practice Field at Fairfax High School. This is an exciting family-oriented community service project and Food Drive! They need participants of all ages and volunteers to make this an impactful event that will benefit our neighbors in need. During the event, the design imaged above will be created as a “living painting” on the practice field at Fairfax High School, using hundreds of community members dressed in our event T-shirts that will “color” the image. It will then be photographed from 80 feet above by artist Daniel Dancer of Art for the Sky. Participants are asked to make a $5 donation for their Complete the Circle T-shirt. The Complete the Circle image and event day are intended to convey unity and giving locally with food staples that meet the basic needs of our community members. Participants are being asked to bring three or more non-perishable food items and/or household necessities, to be incorporated into the photo as the outer circle rim of our living painting – so that literally we will all “complete the circle” of giving to provide help and hope to local families and children facing hunger. Register for the event here.

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