PIZZAZZ GIVES BACK DAY RAISES $5,000 FOR THE GOLD COAST DOWNS SYNDROME ORGANIZATION
West Palm Beach, FL – September 22, 2015 – Pizzazz Hair Design held its annual Pizzazz Gives Back Day on Sunday, September 20 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Abacoa Plaza, Kobosko’s Crossing, Mirasol Walk and Village Commons locations, raising $5,000 for the The Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organization. For more than 35 years, The Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organization has been a family support and resource organization dedicated to serving families who have children with Down syndrome.
Pizzazz Hair Design is celebrating 40 years in business and owners Dennis and Kristina Marquez are proud to give back to the community they love. Since 2006, Pizzazz Gives Back Day has raised a combined total of more than $45,000 for deserving organizations including America’s Second Harvest, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Hospice of Palm Beach County, Alzheimers Community Care, Little Smiles, Adopt-a-Family, the Arc of Palm Beach County, The Cancer Alliance of Help & Hope, The Braille Club of Palm Beach County and now the Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organization.
“It’s all because of our loyal clients and team members that we are able to make a difference in the lives of those in need. We feel blessed to reach this milestone of 40 years and giving back is our way of saying thank you,” stated Dennis Marquez. “The Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organization has positively impacted the life of a loyal client and thus our Pizzazz team members were moved to do whatever they can do raise funds and ensure more families can experience the same,” he added.
ABOUT THE GOLD COAST DOWN SYNDROME ORGANIZATION
The Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organization is a family support and resource organization dedicated to serving families who have children with Down syndrome. Serving Palm Beach County families for over 35 years, the organization has grown from once monthly meetings to months filled with activities that reach out to member families and the disability community. For more information, please visit http://www.goldcoastdownsyndrome.org/homepage