Captiva Gives Back
There is no greater feeling than doing something good; expecting nothing in return except the feeling that comes from doing great things. It is part of the Captiva Culture to give back to our community and those in need. It is with honor and pleasure that we give our time, energy and talents to do great things.
Each year, our nationwide network of Paul Mitchell Schools and supporting salons spend three months FUNraising for incredible non-profit groups. Over the past 13 years they have raised over $15.2 million dollars! We at Captiva Salon are so very proud to be a part of this amazing journey.
10th Annual Dancing Under The Stars
It is our pleasure and an honor to support the Ronald McDonald House in their 10th annual Dancing Under the Stars event. Captiva Salon stylists once again will be providing hair and makeup services for the event.
Trees of Hope 2018 - Seaside Escape
For 28 years, the Ronald McDonald House of Connecticut and the greater New Haven community have partnered together to raise funds for the children and families staying at RMHCT through Trees of Hope. What began with a dozen trees at the Governor’s Mansion has flourished into a nine-day event displaying over 100 beautifully decorated trees, wreaths and holiday baskets decking the halls of the Maritime Center in New Haven. Trees of Hope is a dynamic and festive holiday spectacular - one that is enjoyed by more than 3,000 people each year!
Over 100 individuals, organizations and groups in the community donate fully decorated trees, wreaths, and other holiday décor to be raffled off to lucky winners on the last day of the event.
The event also features a holiday boutique-open daily, live musical performances and visits from Santa and Ronald McDonald.
The event is free and open to the public.
Raffle tickets are only $1.00/each and can be purchased on-site daily from 10am-5pm throughout the nine day event!
Revenue generated from Trees of Hope directly benefits the families and children of RMHCT. Since opening in 1985, RMHCT has served 10,000 families from 130 Connecticut communities, 43 states, and 36 countries. Each RMHCT guest room and accompanying services costs approximately $100 a night to provide. Given that families seeking specialized treatment are facing the steep financial hardships that often accompany illness, families are asked to donate only a minimal amount of $15 per night towards their stay. Many families seeking residence at RMHCT cannot afford even this modest fee. However, no family is ever turned away due to their inability to pay. This is possible, in part, because of the generous revenue generated through Trees of Hope.