With locations in Exeter and Portsmouth, My Reis Salon recently provided an opportunity for several female youth at The Chase Home to receive a custom cut and style from a stylist.
Meme Wheeler, executive director of The Chase Home, expressed gratitude to Nicole Reis, who owns the salon.
“She approached us, and it was just a wonderful experience for our girls,” she said. “We try to work with local businesses to provide our youth with meaningful life enhancement opportunities. We are so thankful for Nicole and her team.”
For Reis, giving back to nonprofits, including The Chase Home, is an important part of her business.
“It is important for me to try and give back to the places that give so much to the community,” she said. “I am very happy we could help these girls look and feel their best.”
Founded in 1877, The Chase Home in Portsmouth is one of the oldest nonprofits in New Hampshire, serving more than 140 at-risk youth annually statewide through prevention, intervention, residential and community-based programs.
To learn more about The Chase Home, visit chasehome.org.