On September 21, Coco was proud to welcome and treat a group of women for some pampering. They came from the group Look At Me Now, a non-profit grassroots organization that believes all women should have the opportunity to look and feel their best. This group provides self-care services to women facing challenges like homelessness, poverty, abuse, mental health and/or addiction issues. LAMN contacted us with the hope of that we could volunteer our services to help some of these women feel better about themselves and leave with a renewed spirit, hope, and sense of self-worth. We were delighted to oblige and, on Wednesday from 11am to 1pm, Coco closed off regular bookings to accommodate six women: four LAMN clients together with Ellie Munn, a volunteer social worker and Sarah Glencross, a community development worker. All the women got a classic mani-pedi.