Continuous News of Social Contribution of the Beauty Industry

Continuous News of Social Contribution of the Beauty Industry



Donated $ 100,000 to non-profit organizations for black women, children, and students

Sensationnel@ announced that it has donated a total of $ 100,000 to four non-profit organizations active for black women, children, and students. Organizations that were selected include <Black Girls Code>, <United Negro College Fund (UNCF)>, <Thurgood Marshall College Fund>, and <The Loveland Foundation>, etc.

Louis Choi, Vice President of Sensationnel@, who decided to make a large donation, said that “Every February is ‘Black History Month’, a time to honor the history of those who have made a great contribution to the development of the black community,” and that he wanted to sponsor those who support a better future for black people, while recalling the meaning of black history and respecting it.“

Among the organizations that have received donations from Sensationnel@, <Black Girls Code> has been working to reduce the digital gap for black women since 2011. They are running after-school programs and workshops for Black women to help them learn skills and find jobs. The <United Negro College Fund> and the <Thurgood Marshall College Fund> are organizations that work to establish black colleges and expand higher education opportunities for blacks. Finally, the <Loveland Foundation> is an organization that raises funds for the treatment of black women suffering from mental problems.

“We are pleased to receive Sensationnel@‘s support,” said Betsy Burton-Strunk, Vice President of the <Thurgood Marshall College Fund>, which received Sensationnel@‘s donation. “We are well aware that Sensationnel@ have a great impact as a member of the Black community by expressing personal beauty through hair styles. We are grateful for their direct support,” he said.

Louis Choi, Vice President of Sensationnel@, said that “We will strive to be the No. 1 brand in the hair industry as well as No. 1 in community support. We will build relationships with more non-profit organizations in an effort to create lasting change in the black community,” he said, sharing his plans to give back to the community.




Delivered 6,300 gallons of hand sanitizer to Tennessee schools

Ampro, known for its hair gel called ‘Shine n Jam’, donated a total of 6,300 gallons of its own hand sanitizers last March to the Shelby County District schools in Tennessee, where its headquarters and factory are located. The donated products will be provided as a gallon of hand sanitizers in each classroom at the local school.

Jack Sammons, President of Ampro, said, “We are excited to bring the hand sanitizers we produced and donate it to Shelby County schools by four trucks. Ampro products are made right here in Memphis. It is an honor to work with Superintendent Joris Ray and all teachers to ensure that students can safely return to the classroom.”

When Corona broke out in early 2020, Ampro changed its hair styling gel manufacturing line to hand sanitizer to supply workers in the community and in essential occupations.

Shelby County Superintendent Joris M. “Ampro has been very supportive in #ReturnStronger, a movement to get students back to school safely. This support will empower students across our county,” Dr. Ray said, thanking them.

Shelby County School District’s superintendent, Dr. Joris M. Ray (left), Ampro Industries. Inc.’s president Jack Sammons (Right)

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