A CLARKSON salon owner will host a fundraiser for the Esther Foundation next week.
Julie Doyle, who owns Divine Hair Extensions, will hold a ladies night on April 12 to raise funds and awareness of the South Perth non-profit organisation, which helps empower young women.
“They do such incredible work for women who have been through various types of abuse in their lives and need some help recovering,” she said.
“I have friends who themselves, or people close to them, have been helped by this amazing foundation and I have heard such amazing success stories thanks to them.”
Miss Doyle said the event would celebrate women’s health and well-being, as well as allowing local businesses to showcase a range of products and services.
Those include nutrition, psychic readings, energy healing, personal training, boutique, free hair consultations and herbal teas.
Tickets cost $25 each and include bubbles on entry, live entertainment, nibbles, refreshments and gift bags valued at more than $200.
There will also be a raffle with prizes including a $150 voucher for hair services, bottle of fragrance, gourmet food hamper, PT session, make-up application and assorted herbal teas.
An Esther Foundation representative will speak at the event about the group’s recovery program and 13 residential premises that accommodate more than 45 young mothers, young women and children.
The fundraiser at 7/30 Ainsbury Parade will run from 7pm to 9.30pm on April 12.
Call 0414 851 541 or visit https://give.everydayhero.com/au/ladies-night-12th-april-1 for tickets.