Back to School Haircut Supporting the Underprivledged
It’s on every mom’s to-do list, a back to school haircut. We start the year with polished shoes, fresh uniforms, white socks and of course, a haircut. This year we returned to Hair Cuttery. We wanted great cuts and to be part of a great cause – the Share-a-Haircut program.
What is the Back to School Share-A-Haircut program?
The Share-a- Haircut program was created by Hair Cuttery to give free haircuts to underprivileged community members. 2016 marks the 17th year of Share-A- Haircut. Their most recent campaign donated 55,000 haircuts to victims of domestic violence this past spring.
How does the Share-A-Haircut program work this year?
Hair Cuttery, the largest family-owned and operated chain of hair salons in the country, will donate back-to- school haircuts to children who need it most. From August 1-15, for every child up to age 18 who purchases a haircut at one of Hair Cuttery’s nearly 900 salons, one free haircut certificate will be donated to a disadvantaged child in the community. My two girls haircuts will provide two other children in our community with a great haircut, too!
How will the underprivileged kids their free haircuts?
Certificates will be distributed with the help of more than 100 local government and non-profit organizations in communities across the country.
How many underprivileged kids does Hair Cuttery hope to reach this year?
This summer Hair Cuttery is aiming to donate tens of thousands of free haircut certificates ahead of the new school year.
Where can I find the closest Hair Cuttery?
It’s time to go get the back to school haircuts at Hair Cuttery! By using the salon locator, which you may access here, you can find a salon close to you.