GIVING BACK TO OUR COMMUNITY
We care deeply about the communities we serve. We are committed to restoring happiness to kids, returning peace of mind to parents and relieving concerns across communities. In doing so, we ensure that every child and caregiver emerges from this difficult situation not only healthier and happier, but as a hero too, having won the battle against head lice.
TEN FOR ONE PROGRAM
Ten for One Program. We are committed to supporting and giving back to the children, families, and communities that we serve. With every treatment we perform, you will help a child in need through our I Hate Lice! endowment fund. For every 10 Full Service Treatments we perform for students and families of a school, we will donate one free treatment to our I Hate Lice! endowment fund at that school. We have donated over 300 head lice treatments since 2015.
Donated treatments include the following cities where we operate, including: Artesia, Buena Park, Cerritos, Cypress, Garden Grove, Harbor City, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Inglewood, La Mirada, La Palma, Lakewood, Lawndale, Lomita, Long Beach, Los Alamitos, Manhattan Beach, Palos Verdes, Rancho Palos Verdes, Redondo Beach, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, Rossmoor, Seal Beach, Signal Hill, Sunset Beach, Torrance, and Wilmington.
Is your school having a carnival or fundraiser? Does your athletic team need a team sponsor? Call us today to request a donation of our services.
PEDAL ON THE PIER-SANTA MONICA, CA
Our Los Alamitos & Torrance Lice Removal owner, Scott Weiss, takes part every year for this 5 hour cycling event on the Santa Monica Pier, raising funds to send underserved kids to camp through the Harold Robinson Foundation. We Spin, Kids Win! In 2019, the event raised over $1 million in one day!
AM570 LA SPORTS VETERAN DAY RADIOTHON IN SUPPORT OF OUR VETERANS
We are an annual sponsor of this event. Our owner, Scott Weiss, answers phones and donates money in partnership with the the Justin Turner Foundation. Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner and his wife Kourtney are actively involved in this annual event. All funds go directly to support Veterans at the Los Angeles Dream Center. In 2019, the event raised over $250,000 in one day!
CASA YOUTH SHELTER-LOS ALAMITOS
Casa Youth Shelter is a nonprofit organization located in Los Alamitos, California providing emergency temporary shelter for homeless, runaway and abandoned youth. They have 12 licensed beds dedicated to providing 24/7 shelter care for youth ages 12-17. Their mission is to provide temporary shelter for runaways and youth in crisis, enabling them to come through the crisis with increased personal strength and a sense of renewal while in a supportive environment with family reunification as a primary goal.
Casa Youth Shelter is located just 1/2 mile from our Los Alamitos location. In keeping with the mission of our organization to serve and give back to the communities we serve, we provides free head screens and complimentary Full Service treatments as needed to any youth entering Casa Youth Shelter that has an active lice infestation.
GOOD MINISTRIES NETWORK-TORRANCE
Good Ministries is a Torrance based nonprofit ministry to assist homeless mothers in Los Angeles County. Their Mission is to Train, Equip, and Employ homeless single mothers. Good Ministries Network is located within 1 mile of our Torrance location. In keeping with the mission of our organization to serve and give back to the communities we serve, our Torrance location provides free head screens and complimentary Full Service treatments as needed to homeless mothers requiring the support and services of Good Services Ministries.
LOS ALAMITOS EDUCATION FOUNDATION (LAEF)
We are a proud sponsor of the Los Alamitos Education Foundation (LAEF). LAEF’s Mission is to build durable relationships that help fund their vision, shared their knowledge, and prepare every child in our district for college and beyond. LAEF is the trusted partner through which the community engages with the Los Alamitos Unified School District to measurably improve student achievement results. LAEF provides both significant funding to the district in critical areas impacting all students, and educational enrichment opportunities for every student. Los Alamitos & Torrance Lice Removal supports LAEF throughout the year at events such as the State-of-the District, Annual Ball, and Royal Court Ceremony. Our support banners can also be found at all schools in the district. We have donated over $6,000 in support of LAEF.
AYSO REGION 159 LOS ALAMITOS, LOS ALAMITOS CHEERLEADERS AND SONG & DANCE TEAM
We are a proud sponsor of AYSO Region 159 Los Alamitos. In 2015, our sponsor team was the Los Alamitos Heat. In 2016, we sponsored the Los Alamitos Dark Fungus and the Los Alamitos Barcilantros. In 2017, our Sponsor Team was the Los Alamitos Blue Thunder. In 2018, our Sponsor Team was the Los Alamitos Blue Dolphins. In 2019, our Sponsor Team was the Los Alamitos Pink Panthers.
We are proud of all our sponsored teams. They display so many attributes that we focus on at our lice removal locations and serving our customers: Loyalty, Teamwork, Enthusiasm, Action, Skill, and Team-Spirit.
We are a proud sponsor of the Los Alamitos High School Cheerleaders/song and dance team.
CYPRESS SCHOOL DISTRICT SHARING IS CARING SHOPPE
We are an annual participant in the Cypress School District Sharing Is Caring Shoppe. This is an annual health fair held every January sponsored by the Cypress, CA School District office. Our organization provides complimentary head screening services for the entire 3 hours of this community event. We also donate a considerable amount of clothing, shoes, and lice removal and prevention products. Clothing donations are also collected and sorted by a team of volunteers and made available to families in the community who have fallen on difficult times.
THE YOUTH CENTER
We are a proud sponsor of The Youth Center. The Youth Center is a non-profit, community based organization serving the children and families of Los Alamitos, Rossmoor, Seal Beach and surrounding communities since 1952. The Mission of The Youth Center is to help youth between the ages of 7 and 17 develop their full potential through collaborative social, educational and recreational programs. Programs are funded entirely by contributions and modest activity fees. The Youth Center does not receive local, state or federal funding. Every year, our organization donates 10% of all sales for the month of March from families living in the Los Alamitos Unified School District to The Youth Center.
THE YOUTH CENTER ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TREE LOT
We are a proud sponsor of The Youth Center Annual Christmas Tree Lot. On hand each season are about 500 volunteers who help patrons select the perfect tree. Children receive free coloring books, crayons and candy canes. The Youth Center programs benefiting directly from tree lot sales are the After School Program, RASCALS, Music Program, the Leadership Academy, “Every 15 Minutes” youth drunk driving deterrent program, and the Rossmoor Park Summer Day Camp and Teen Camp. Last year, more than 65 families were provided with scholarships, enabling many children to participate in programs offered by The Youth Center. Different youth groups also benefit from the sales including those at St. Hedwig School, McAuliffe Middle School, Los Alamitos Elementary School, Weaver Elementary School and Rossmoor Elementary School as well as Los Alamitos High School baseball, basketball and marching bands.
LONG BEACH VA CHRISTMAS DAY LUNCH AND HOLIDAY SONGS
We partner with our neighbor-Madera Steakhouse on Katella Avenue in Los Alamitos. Over $5,000 is raised to support the cost of the lunches. Lice Removal Los Alamitos donates money and employees volunteer to help deliver and personally serve 150 high steak lunches to our veterans on-site at the Long Beach VA. A total of 50 volunteers dedicate their time to serve the lunches. We work with local schools to spread Christmas cheer to our veterans through song. 25 choir students and parents representing every school in the Los Alamitos School District dedicate their time to sing Holiday Songs to the veterans either in a group setting or room-to-room from 11 am – 2 pm on Christmas Day.