I am happy to be partnering with Hair Cuttery in their effort to help Veterans-in-need this Veteran’s Day, November 11.
Hair Cuttery has a program called the Share-A-Haircut Campaign in which they donate free haircuts to underprivileged community members. The program started 15 years ago as an effort to help less fortunate children, as they headed back to school. A new haircut is always a great way to start the new school year.
Since its inception, the Share-A-Haircut Campaign has expanded and served more than 1,000,000 children and adults in the form of certificates for free haircuts, totaling more than $13.5 million!
This year, on Veteran’s Day, Hair Cuttery will donate a certificate for a free haircut to a veteran in need, in the community, for every paid adult haircut at any of their nearly 900 locations. In each local market, the Hair Cuttery has partnered with a Veteran’s organization to distribute the certificates. They hope to exceed 25,000 donated haircuts this November 11.
We were within walking distance of one of Hair Cuttery’s salons in our Northern Virginia neighborhood, and enjoyed their services. If we hadn’t moved to Asia, I’d take all four of my sons there on November 11 to help donate four free haircuts to Veterans in need! To find your local Hair Cuttery, visit their salon locator here.
At home on our mountain, we will have to stick to the local barber but will be sure to support Hair Cuttery upon our return to the US.