Every season, E2Beauty will be partnering with organizations helping women in need.  Below you can read about the current season’s organizations we are partnering with.  

Here are some simple ways to donate:

  1. VENMO @e2beauty  [In the description be sure to write DONATION]
  2. Donate directly to the organization

If you would like to recommend an organization, please email us at:





We believe all women deserve an education and an opportunity to thrive.

An Educational Beauty Program

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”

~ Eleanor Roosevelt

Shear Love International is designed to educate and empower people by providing an education in hair design. Equipping people with vocational knowledge, financial training, and personal development will give them an opportunity to support their families in a dignified way. Our full spectrum, faith-based, educational beauty school program will give them the chance to succeed and focus forward on their future.


“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
~ Nelson Mandela 
In this 12 month program we will equip students not just for their career, but for their life. They will receive education, training, and support in the following areas:

• Haircutting, Color, and Styling

• Personal and Professional Financial Budgeting

• Knowledge in Hygiene and Personal Development

• Art Mentoring and Empowerment

• Daily Devotion and Disciplining

• Faith Based Counseling and Mentorship





Love and Compassion: A faith-based approach to healing and forgiveness in a safe and hopeful environment.Respect and Acceptance: A non-judgmental celebration of the diversity and uniqueness of humankind.Honesty and Integrity: An ethical approach to supporting personal growth and family values.

About GHH

Grandma’s House of Hope (GHH) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity that aims to empower the invisible populations of Orange County. Based in Orange County, we provide basic needs and enrichment services to women, children, and families living in extreme poverty and facing seemingly insurmountable barriers including human trafficking, domestic violence, life-threatening illnesses, and severe mental health concerns.

Grandma’s House of Hope was founded in 2004 by Je’net Kreitner and her husband Patrick Kreitner. Having experienced a period of time where she was homeless, this was a personal journey for Je’net. Her dream was to provide hope for others. In 2004, she and her husband began to house up to 10 women at a time in their Garden Grove home. They also began packing food bags for hungry children living in local motels, delivering them on weekends, and organized a homeless outreach at their local church in Orange.

Since our humble beginnings in 2004 to achieving official 501(c)(3) status in 2008, we have expanded into a thriving, multi-program non-profit organization. All of our programs were founded specifically to serve the “invisible populations” of Orange County—the under-served women, children, and families that fall between the cracks of other programs. We achieve our mission of empowering the invisible populations of Orange County through our three key programs: Transitional Housing, Nana’s Kidz, and HopeWorks!. Our programs serve more than 3,500 people each year. In our work, we value love and compassion, respect and acceptance, and honesty and integrity, and every day we work towards the realization of our vision: a thriving supportive community full of caring and productive individuals where everyone has a safe place to call home.