Beauty Bus

Giving Hope Through Beauty

Melissa Marantz Nealy loved a good day at the spa. When her ability to leave the home became compromised due to a degenerative neuromuscular disease, co-founder Alicia Marantz Liotta, Melissa’s cousin, schedule in-home beauty services through her connections within the beauty industry. Witnessing the hope, happiness and respite these services brought to Melissa before she passed away, Alicia and fellow co-founder Wendy Marantz Levine, Melissa’s sister, were inspired to launch Beauty Bus Foundation.

Beauty Bus Foundation delivers dignity, hope and respite to chronically or terminally ill men, women and children and their caregivers through beauty and grooming services and pampering products.

Beauty Bus accomplishes their mission through:
In-Home Beauty & Grooming Services
Pop-Up Salons  
Bag of Beauty Program

To arrange one of these services in the South Bay or volunteer, visit beautybus.org.

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