Deinked for a Cause
This pre-recorded webinar focused on non-profits that provide free/discounted tattoo removal to help those in their community as a public service. The majority of non-profit laser tattoo removal treatments by these non-profits include gang tattoos, tattoos received under duress, and those wanting to enter professions where tattoos are prohibited.
This pre-recorded webinar will focus on the following topics:
* Information about successful non-profits doing laser tattoo removal
* Biggest challenges
* Funding your non-profit
Sign up to watch this pre-recorded webinar and hear from non-profits on how to get started, how to market laser tattoo removal as a non-profit, attracting funding, and more! There is an extensive question & answer period included as well.
THIS WEBINAR WAS PRE-RECORDED – SIGN UP TO WATCH THE PRE-RECORDED VERSION.
Watch this short, pre-recorded webinar and learn about how non-profits are successfully using laser tattoo removal to remove tattoos and change their clients’ lives.
NO ENTITY ON THE PLANET REMOVES MORE TATTOOS THAN HOMEBOY INDUSTRIES…. and they are an Astanza Laser Tattoo Removal Client!
Tattoo removal is a free service provided to participants in the Homeboy Industries’ program (trainees), members of the Los Angeles community, and minors who have gang-related or visible tattoos located on the hands, neck, or face.
This has proven to be our most popular and most critical services for former gang members. Primarily because visible tattoos can be a major obstacle making it difficult for many to secure employment.
One of the most mentioned reasons among our clients for why they want to remove tattoos is the hope of setting a good example for their children. The Tattoo Removal Program is often the first service that brings people to Homeboy Industries. Many find the first step in leaving gang life is recognizing that gang-related tattoos are unwelcome in the workplace. From there, people learn of our comprehensive wraparound services and often take advantage of other offerings such as mental health, job development and GED tutoring.