Meet Gloria Mazaheri, the face behind Ooh La Lashes, Ltd. and now, Lash Out at Cancer “Champions of Hope.” She and her team are poised and ready to raise $50,000 for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society on April 19 at Gloria’s special event, a masquerade ball…Lash Out at Cancer. We’re writing to ask if you will join us or donate for this special cause.
Here’s Gloria’s story. Maybe it will spark a passion in you to help turn a deadly disease into a chronic one or even a cure. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is so close to doing just that.
Gloria is the owner of Ooh La Lashes, Ltd. She was inspired to start her business creating custom lash extensions a year and half ago because a friend with cancer lost her lashes during chemo. Gloria continued to build her business but found her true love and passion was helping patients who completed their chemo and ready to start a new chapter in their lives. Gloria is now offering cancer patients the gift of FREE lash extensions to help them look and feel beautiful again.
Perhaps it was her own story that deeply connected her to these cancer survivors. Gloria was in a major car accident and suffered trauma to her face. She became disfigured, felt ugly on the outside, embarrassed, self-conscious and knew that the outside did not reflect how she felt on the inside.
Now Gloria has dedicated her life to helping patients on their journey to recovery. On April 19, Gloria is hosting a benefit, Lash Out at Cancer. The theme is Champions of Hope. She and her team hope to raise $50,000 to help people with cancer and benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Man and Woman of the Year Campaign. Won’t you join us that evening for a wonderful Black and White Masquerade Ball? The evening will include dinner, entertainment, prize drawings, silent auction, and the chance to make a difference in the life of someone who is battling cancer and trying to beat it today.
EVERY FOUR MINUTES:
Someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer. Every 10 minutes someone dies. Leukemia is the
leading cause of cancer death in children and young adults under the age of 20.