Charity! Paying it forward! Giving back! However you define it. We believe in doing our small part to leave the world a better place. This belief is core to our mission at Reveal Aesthetic. We are utilizing our skills and our services to “give back” in a unique way. In fact, this year alone we are proud to have donated more than 15% of our revenue to charity.
Reveal Aesthetic will provide “FREE” tattoo removal for all human trafficking victims. Although we cannot take away the scars that are imbedded in their souls forever, we can help take the everyday reminder of a tattoo/branding away. No one should have to endure the pain that these individuals have gone through. We are here to help not just remove tattoos, but to help provide a much deserving new start for them as well.
We are passionate about the fight against human trafficking and have partnered with two local charities that have the same mission. Freedom A La Cart has provided catering for our events and Eleventh Candle Company has provided the candles in our office. We hope you will support us, and our charities, in giving back to victims of human trafficking. Please take a moment to learn more…
Freedom a la Cart brings hope to survivors of human trafficking so they can build a new life of freedom and self-sufficiency. They believe that giving a woman practical job skills and developing strong work ethic is vital for creating a pathway to freedom. So, they’ve created a safe place of restoration where survivors can heal, learn and grow as they prepare for sustainable employment within our community.
Mission Statement: Freedom a la Cart makes your meal more meaningful by deliciously combining fresh, flavorful cuisine with life-changing employment and support to survivors of human trafficking.
Eleventh Candle Co. is a social enterprise in Columbus, Ohio partnering with Legacy to redeem, restore, empower and equip those vulnerable to human trafficking, abuse, exploitation and addiction.
Mission Statement: I believe that if we can teach little girls to dream that they’ll be the force that changes the world but I believe more than that; if we can teach broken women to dream like little girls again it will e a force the world has yet to see.