Rochester Salon Holds Holiday Cut-A-Thon for Local Charities

Just in time to get ready for the holidays while supporting the causes that mean so much in our community, Via Linda Salon in downtown Rochester will be hosting a Cut-A-Thon on Dec. 6 from 3-8 p.m.

The Holiday Hair Cut-A-Thon will benefit Grace Centers of Hope and the Rainbow Connection. Haircuts the day of the Cut-A-Thon are walk-in only, no appointments are needed. Women’s cuts are $25, men’s $15 and all children’s cuts are just $10.

“We wanted to do something that would benefit our clients as well as give back to the community,” said Arlene and Linda, owners. “This community has give so much to us, the Holiday Hair Cut-A-Thon is our way to say thank you.”

Celebrating its eight year anniversary, Via Linda is a savvy salon that has grown organically into a trendy yet inviting gathering place where clients not only receive service from highly educated stylists and staff, but also become part of a community. Via Linda’s commitment to inner beauty and caring for the entire body, spirit and mind also extends into their decision to become Michigan’s first Davines Concept Salon.

Via Linda Salon & Spa is located at 140 East University Drive in Rochester, MI. For more information, or to rsvp your support to the Cut-A-Thon event, visit , on Facebook at or call 248-656-4990.

About Rainbow Connection
The Rainbow Connection is more than just a wish. It provides support during this most difficult time and, with the help of the community, these Michigan families know they are not alone.  Founded in 1985 by L. Brooks Patterson, the Rainbow Connection is a nonprofit organization dedicated to granting wishes to Michigan children. To date, the Rainbow Connection has granted more than 2,000 wishes to children suffering from life-threatening illnesses. From a special bedtime story by Mickey Mouse at Disney World to volcanoes in Hawaii and haunted castles in Europe to meeting the President of the United States, the Rainbow Connection has never turned a wish away. For more information about The Rainbow Connection, call (248) 601-9474 or visit <> .

About Grace Centers of Hope
Giving hope to the helpless since 1942, Grace Centers of Hope is considered one of the leading faith-based organizations in Southeastern Michigan, daily confronting issues of homelessness, addiction, poverty, abuse and spiritual emptiness. On any given night, Grace Centers of Hope provides transitional and emergency shelter to 150-200 men, women and children, in addition to serving over 100,000 meals each year. Grace’s $4.8 million yearly budget is maintained solely through corporate and private donors, exclusive of any government assistance.  To learn more about Grace Centers of Hope or to make a donation, please visit