Hair Cuttery to donate haircuts
Published 10:34 pm Thursday, April 16, 2015
Hair Cuttery and the National Network to End Domestic Violence are teaming up for Hair Cuttery’s Share a Haircut program.
On May 4 and 5, for every haircut purchased at one of Hair Cuttery’s salons, a free haircut certificate will be donated to a victim of domestic violence through NNEDV’s national network.
“We are honored to have the National Network to End Domestic Violence as a charity partner,” said Dennis Ratner, CEO and founder of Hair Cuttery. “Our Share a Haircut program is powerful, and it allows our company, thanks to the help of our stylists and clients, to be a positive influence on the communities where we do business.”
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Through the partnership, Hair Cuttery and NNEDV will work closely to distribute free haircut certificates to individuals who are most in need. With the goal of donating 75,000 haircut certificates, beneficiaries will include women, children and men.
“Stepping up and stepping in for those whose voices and confidence have been stifled by domestic violence is at the core of NNEDV’s mission,” said Kim Gandy, president and CEO of NNEDV.
“When a company like Hair Cuttery can offer their services and expertise, the impact is two-fold — it allows recipients to have a moment to relax and feel pampered and saves them money on a service they might not otherwise be able to afford.”
Last year marked the first time the Share a Haircut program was expanded to help not just children headed back to school, but the homeless, victims of domestic violence and veterans. In 2015, Hair Cuttery continues to build on that success, already having donated more than 50,000 certificates to the homeless in February.
Hair Cuttery has supported a range of local and national causes including, St. Baldrick’s Foundation, American Red Cross, American Cancer Society, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and Girls on the Run.