CaJah Salon

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About CaJah Salon

CaJah Salon chandelier CaJah Salon is a vibrant salon in St. Paul, where we continue to push the envelope and ensure our clients’ needs are not only met, but that their expectations are exceeded.

CaJah has the feel of a co-op that operates as a client focused, educational salon. We believe in perfecting our craft, engaging in continuous education, giving back, supporting other local businesses, and being a great example within our community. You’re cordially invited to visit CaJah Salon for your next haircut, color, or style. We can’t wait to give you the best hair--and the best service--you’ve ever had, and to become your salon of choice.

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Giving Back

Breast Cancer Eductation Association The Breast Cancer Education Association's mission is to educate the community by providing support and information about detection, diagnosis, treatment and survivorship. This organization is very dear to us because our co-owner, Carrie Sartin, is a breast cancer survivor of over 10 years. Each spring, we host a Cut-a-Thon with all proceeds supporting the mission and work on the BCEA. The support they have provided women and men, here in Minnesota, is invaluable. To learn more, attend an event, or become involved, visit: breastcancereducation.org


Vested Interest in K-9s  vik9s.org Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. is a 501c(3) non-profit whose mission is to provide bullet and stab protective vests and other assistance to dogs of Law Enforcement and related agencies throughout the country. This organization is important to us because our co-owner, Jim Halvorson, grew up with a K9 Handler/Officer here in Minnesota and saw the difference that these 4-legged officers make within our communities. Each fall, we host a benefit with all proceeds supporting the mission and work on VIK9s, specifically in Minnesota. To date, we've been able to help provide over 20 vests to K9s on active duty with agencies in our great state. To learn more, become involved, or make a donation, visit: www.vik9s.org