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A Community of Volunteers

Gavin Scott Salon & Spa generously supports the community and helps make a positive difference!

Stow has many businesses that are so generous with their resources and find ways to contribute positively to the community. At any given fundraiser, event or community gathering you will see sponsorships and volunteers from local companies. The business community of Stow is committed to our community and its residents.

One local company that emphasizes its responsibility as a good corporate citizen and community member is .  The staff members at Gavin Scott regularly volunteer their time and efforts to a wide variety of charities. Gavin Scott also encourages its clientele to become involved the charitable efforts and has a new organization each month that it asks its customers to consider supporting. 

Since opening in Stow in 2008, Gavin Scott has donated money and in-kind contributions to more than 15 different area organizations and has no plans to stop its generosity. Here are just a few highlights of Gavin Scott Salon’s commitment to the community:

  • Project Homeless Connect-donated free haircuts and socks to homeless men and women 2009, 2010 and 2011
  • participated 2009, 2010 and 2011 and donated services for other participants
  • participated in the 2010 Grapes and Gourmet Guys fundraiser event
  • American Red Cross—donate free haircuts to everyone that donates blood as part of selected blood drives
  • Change Bandit for Akron Children’s Hospitalthe salon has collected a total of over $3,500 for the hospital
  • Children’s Cut-A-Thon to benefit —Gavin Scott opened its doors on a Sunday to raise money for the medical expenses that Gino’s (a student) family has incurred.

There are many more worthy charitable causes and organizations that the staff and owners of Gavin Scott regularly support with time, money and tangible donations. I am happy to say that Gavin Scott Salon is one of the many generous members of our local business community. Thank you for everything you do and for reflecting the best of “community” in your business!

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sandra kiefer November 30, 2012 at 06:44 PM
Wow! I was thinking about starting a blog about quilting, but boy there are some mean people out here. I don't think I would be able to take it. Sandy
Rachel Abbey McCafferty November 30, 2012 at 07:13 PM
Hi Sandra—don't let them stop you! I saw that you added some great photos to your business listing on Brecksville Patch today. I think people would like to hear what you have to say. Please email me for more information about blogging on Patch. rachel.abbey@patch.com.
Integrative Change Hypnosis February 02, 2013 at 02:36 AM
I think that Mayor Drew is showing her compassion for her city and for all those wonderful people & businesses who are doing so much to help people during a difficult economic time. Gavin Scott Salon & Spa are to be congratulated for their caring, selflessness & kindness. Let's just appreciate the message that the Mayor is trying to deliver of the kindness of others. We can all use a little kindness.
Jon Williams February 03, 2013 at 02:12 AM
Reading through all of these emails makes me wonder: Is this the best we can do as a culture? A community? Pathetic.

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