Community means so many things to different people. For all of us at NeoGenesis, community means connection with people with purpose. Our hope is to unite smaller communities to form larger group efforts to tackle the bigger problems on this planet.
Non-Profits – Let’s Connect!
Do you know of any non-profit organizations that would benefit from our products? Help us meet new organizations that we should be networking with to bring about greater help to patients in the oncology community. We are also open to serving other organizations that are focused on other significant issues that affect human health.
As part of NeoGenesis’ commitment, we have set aside a percentage of operating profit to provide products to the needy at either a discount or for free. If you have a non-profit organization focused on helping people going through oncology treatment, we would love to speak with you.
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Below is a list of links to Organizations that NeoGenesis holds in high esteem. We invite you to visit the following websites and also to help us meet new organizations that we should be networking with.
Pink Warrior Advocates is a non-profit that assists those that have been diagnosed with breast cancer in Hill Country, TX and surrounding areas. Our goal is to create a sisterhood of Angels to carry them through the emotional battle, while also alleviating the financial burden, allowing them to focus on healing.
Free to Fly helps survivors of human trafficking by lending support and empowers them during their healing journey. We are committed to our purpose, and with the help of our partners and donors, we support survivors of human trafficking on their journey toward a better life.
Waterford Place – is a nonprofit organization, fully supported by philanthropy that provides free psychosocial resources to anyone impacted by cancer. Our goal and purpose is to be a resource to patients and their loved ones to ease the burden of the cancer experience. At Waterford Place Cancer Resource Center, we offer programs and services that address mental, emotional, physical, spiritual and social issues related to the cancer journey. Whether a person is newly diagnosed, in active treatment, is living post-treatment, is a caregiver, is a child of or family member of a patient, and/or is bereaved, they can expect to find tools, resources and support at Waterford Place.
Simply Beautiful – Waterford Place is so excited to launch the Simply Beautiful program as a first step in helping cancer patients learn more about safe and effective skin care, makeup and hair loss. This program was conceptualized and designed as a result of caring for so many participants who were experiencing unnecessary pain and complications due to attempting to address cancer treatment related side effects with products and ingredients that ended up doing more harm than good.
Developed specifically for women currently in cancer treatment, Simply Beautiful is a program that both educates and demonstrates how to implement a beauty regime with safe products while enhancing each woman’s natural beauty. Using the timeless guiding principle of simplicity, participants will learn about everything from skin care and make-up to hair loss and wigs/other head coverings.
Beauty Bus Foundation – Beauty Bus is a Los Angeles based non-profit that provides dignity, hope and respite to chronically and terminally ill men, women and children – and their caregivers through beauty and grooming treatments and pampering products. Our youngest client is 1-year-old and our oldest clients is 100, and 25% of our clients are men.
Beauty Bus is a labor of love in memory of Melissa Marantz Nealy, who lost her battle to a degenerative neuromuscular disease when she was 28, only six months after she walked down the aisle at her wedding. When Melissa was sick and could not go to a salon or spa, the beauty treatments her family arranged at home made her feel “human again.” Melissa’s family founded Beauty Bus to bring this same dignity to patients and caregivers when they need it most.
Integrative Cancer Review – The mission of the Integrative Cancer Review is to promote safe, effective and accessible mind-body and integrative therapies and resources for people affected by cancer.
They serve people diagnosed with cancer, caregivers, health and wellness professionals and others who can benefit from the cutting edge research on evidence-based integrative cancer care therapies and ancient wisdom traditions.
Looking and Feeling FAB. Inc. – Looking and Feeling FAB, Inc. was founded in 2013 by a Massachusetts Aesthetician, Holly Brown who received certification in Oncology Aesthetics.
Looking and Feeling FAB, inc. provides comfort and relief for those who have undergone treatments for cancer and developed skin side effects impacting overall health and well-being.
Licensed Aestheticians who are Oncology trained use safe chemical free products to combat skin side effects such as radiation burns, rashes, itchiness, redness, severe dryness etc. that develop from chemotherapy, radiation, surgery or non-cancerous medications.
California Chapter of the Society for Cosmetic Chemists – The California Chapter of SCC is a nonprofit membership organization with a focus on furthering the interests and recognition of cosmetic scientists while maintaining the confidence of the public in the cosmetic and toiletries industry.
Cosmoprof North America – is a 3 day event being held from July 9-11, 2017 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, United States Of America. This event showcases products like beauty industry and presents cosmetics, spa products, wellness kits, professional nail and beauty treatment products, OTC drugs, apothecary and such other products etc. in the Cosmetics and Beauty Products industry.
The ISHRS is dedicated to achieving excellence in patient outcomes by promoting the highest standards of medical practice, medical ethics, and research in the medical hair restoration industry.
For over ten years, the staff of Racine has looked for a way to provide support and comfort to people receiving treatment for cancer. In 2003, they created the Mondays at Racine cancer care program, which provides complimentary services and supportive therapies every Monday.
Mondays at Racine‘s vision is to change the face of cancer utilizing the skills of the beauty industry.
By creating a national movement providing education and programs that work alongside conventional medical protocols, millions of people all over the country and world will be able to heal more effectively.
Personal Care Products Council – Based in Washington, D.C., the Personal Care Products Council is the leading national trade association representing the global cosmetic and personal care products industry. Founded in 1894, the Council represents more than 600 member companies who manufacture, distribute, and supply the vast majority of finished personal care products marketed in the U.S.
Suite HOPE (Helping Oncology Patients Esthetically) a newly formed non-profit founded by Makeup Artist Jeanna Doyle. Suite HOPE’s mission is to provide women with the education and support they need to address the changes in their appearance that occur during cancer treatment. Through Suite HOPE, women receive the means to optimize their physical being and esthetic qualities, thus empowering them to maintain a positive attitude from diagnosis through treatment and recovery, survivorship and beyond.
Professional Beauty Association – The Professional Beauty Association is the largest and most inclusive trade organization representing the beauty industry. We exist to elevate, unify and serve the beauty industry and the professionals that improve people’s lives.