Indique is passionate about giving back.

Indique Cares is the philanthropic umbrella of Indique Hair. Ericka Dotson, Co-Founder & Creative Director of Indique Hair believes that “Community service is an essential part of the Indique culture. Through giving back, we learn what it means to be a part of something bigger than ourselves. We are forever changed by the people we have served, and we look forward to future opportunities to engage in our community and truly make a difference.” Join Indique Cares in our mission of making our world a better place.

I care. You care. Indique Cares.


Indique Care Supports the Lotus House

The Lotus House Foundation's mission is to improve the lives of homeless women, youth and children by providing sanctuary, support, education, tools and resources that empower them to improve the quality of their lives on every level, achieve greater self sufficiency, and build safe, secure lives.

Walk to End Lupus Now

Indique Hair partnered with the Lupus Foundation of America’s Walk to End Lupus Now. The walk is the area’s largest fundraiser dedicated to finding a cure for lupus and improving the quality of life for people affected by lupus. We are committed to this organization because of the great they do.

Indique South Africa Scholarship

Indique Cares supports education! Sheila Banda has always had passion for hair & beauty. She used to work for Indique Boutique South Africa as a cleaner. The Indique team recommended her to receive a scholarship for cosmetology school through Indique Cares. Now, Sheila is working on her cosmetology license!


Indique Hair partnered with Fund a Child's Education Zimbabwe (FACEZ) under the umbrella of Indique Cares. FACEZ is a Zimbabwean non-profit organization whose mission is to provide marginalized children with an equal and fair opportunity to access and benefit from education. To that end, they provide funding for children to attend school by covering their school fees. FACEZ also regularly mentors the children and trains the children's guardians with livelihood skills for the family's sustenance.


Indique Cares is proud to sponsor GiveDirectly. GiveDirectly facilitates money transfers directly from donors to the extreme poor in Kenya and Uganda. A growing body of research is showing that poor families that receive cash transfers are able to use them to improve their lives, for example, by making investments in crops or livestock, housing improvements, or education. GiveDirectly operates a low overhead model that allows donations to reach the people who need them most.

Jeffrey Fashion Cares

Arbiter of style, Jeffrey Kalinsky, creator of two namesake boutiques in Atlanta and Manhattan, joins Event Chairs Lila Hertz, Jeffrey McQuithy and Louise Sams in producing the official kick-off to the fall social season: Jeffrey Fashion Cares 2014. The event includes a reception followed by a live auction and runway show featuring Kalinsky’s style selections from high-end designers such as Lanvin, Celine, Christian Dior, Givenchy, Erdem, Saint Laurent Paris, Balenciaga, Christian Louboutin and Manolo Blahnik.

Riding for Cancer Research

The Pan-Massachusetts Challenge raises money for life-saving cancer research and treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through an annual bike-a-thon that crosses the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Indique Cares has collected donations to support a local team.

Helping Women in Need

Indique hair sponsored a month long clothing drive for Bottomless Closet NYC. Over 200 Indique Hair clients donated items of clothing, accessories, and shoes. Indique Hair then sponsored and hosted a “Day of Glam” beauty makeover for women served by the non-profit organization.

Supporting Breast Cancer Research Efforts

Susan G. Komen: Indique Hair has participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and donated a portion of sales to Susan G. Komen for the Cure®


CancerCare: Indique and its team of pro-stylists teamed up with CancerCare and provided complementary Indique lace front wigs and makeovers to breast cancer survivors and those currently battling breast cancer.