Hair Cuttery | Share –A –Haircut for Veterans!


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I think this may be one of my most favorite programs that I’ve seen this year! I can think of very few better ways to give back than to give back to a man or woman who laid their life on the line for my (and my family’s) freedom. Here’s why I think this program is awesometasic and why I love it so much…our military are taught to have certain personal care standards. When you’re seperating from the military, you’ve got a ton of worries already; how you’re going to pay the bills, how your family will adjust (if you have a family), finding a job, and more. The very last thing you want to be worrying about is maintaining those personal care standards that you’ve had drilled into your head for years; especially if your budget is super tight! Programs like the Share A Haircut program from Hair Cuttery make that thought nonexistent and I love them for it!

Check this out and how you can help a vet in need receive a haircut:

What is the Share-A-Haircut program?

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The Share-a-Haircut program was created by Hair Cuttery to give free haircuts to underprivileged community members, specifically kids in need as they head back-to-school. Since then, they’ve expanded the program to touch people of all ages. In its 15th year, Hair Cuttery is proud to say that the program has reached more than 1,000,000 children and adults in need through haircut certificate donations, valued at more than $13.5 million!

How does the Share-A-Haircut program work this Veterans Day?

For every adult haircut purchased on Tuesday, Nov. 11, a free haircut certificate will be donated back to a veteran in need, right there in communities local to Hair Cuttery’s almost 900 locations.

How will the Veterans receive their free haircuts?

In each market, Hair Cuttery will partner with local veterans’ organizations to teach those in need through the donation of haircut certificates.

How many Veterans does Hair Cuttery hope to reach this year?

Hair Cuttery hopes to reach 25,000 veterans this year!

Where can I find the closest Hair Cuttery?

By using the salon locator, which you may access here!

Keep up with Hair Cuttery on Facebook and Twitter at @HairCuttery.

 

ABOUT HAIR CUTTERY:
Hair Cuttery is the largest family owned and operated chain of hair salons in the country, with nearly 900 company-owned locations on the East Coast, and in New England and the Midwest. A full-service, value-priced salon, Hair Cuttery offers a full complement of cuts and styling, coloring, waxing and texturizing services with no appointment necessary, as well as a full line of professional hair care products. Hair Cuttery is a division of Ratner Companies, based in Vienna, VA.

 

 
This post is sponsored by Hair Cuttery, however all opinions are my own and are 100% honest. For more information, please see my disclosure policy.

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Stacy Barr is the face and brain behind the frugal living and lifestyle blog Six Dollar Family. A true gypsy soul, her newest blog, Unsettled Hearts, chronicles the journey of her family to become full-time travelers. By the age of 30, Stacy had overcome an alcohol addiction, a drug addiction, divorce, survived domestic violence and had built a life for herself and her daughter after spending 10 months in a homeless shelter. Her book, also called Six Dollar Family, has sold more than 7,000 copies since its release.

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