Astanza loves highlighting clients that use laser tattoo removal to change the lives of people in their community. Elkhart County Jail Ministry is doing just that by providing inmates with free removal of gang-related, offensive, and regretful tattoos. Elkhart County Jail already has 200 inmates signed up for laser tattoo removal treatment and more waiting in line for this life-changing opportunity.
Astanza has partnered with various non-profit organizations like Elkhart County Jail to help remove tattoo regret for those in need. Elkhart County Jail is only providing laser tattoo removal to inmates within their facility, however, they are looking to partner with local health care facilities to continue treatment for inmates when they are released. Cory Martin, Elkhart County Jail’s Chaplin, invested in the Astanza Duality to make re-entry into society easier for inmates.
“They have to get a job. They are leaving with no money. No transportation, not a strong support structure. So we are trying to reduce the hurdles that inmates face when they get out and tattoo removal is one of those,” said Martin.
Astanza is hosting a special webinar on October 16 that will share stories from successful laser tattoo removal non-profits and insight on how to fund a laser tattoo removal non-profit and more. DeInked for a Cause: The Story of Non-Profit Laser Tattoo Removal will take place online at the following times:
- 11 am PDT
- 12 pm MDT
- 1 pm CDT
- 2 pm EDT
If you would like to learn more about laser tattoo removal non-profits, sign up for this 45-minute webinar by clicking here or the image below. We recommend the live experience for the interactive Q&A portion, but if something comes up, we’ll send you a recording of the session.
If you are interested in starting a non-profit laser tattoo removal organization or receiving assistance with funding or grant writing for an existing organization looking to provide laser tattoo removal, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.