Going purple for a purpose! Woodland Hills Rotarians Eva Hainer, left, and Sheri Polak, right, issued a challenge to their club that they would dye their hair purple if they raised $5,000 to help victims of human trafficking turn their lives around. In less than a month – and with contributions from club members, community leaders and two angel donors – they raised $27,000. They kept their promise and with the help of hairdresser Jasmine Hainer, center, went purple! Donations are still being accepted for the challenge. Help women in need by donating at whrotary.org.
Going Purple for a Purpose
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