I am so excited to partner with Hair Cuttery and their amazing program! Starting today Hair Cuttery has launched their ‘Buy One, Give One’ Share-a-Haircut Program.
Bring your child for a Back to School haircut at your local Hair Cuttery from August 1st to August 31st and help us reach the goal of 100,000 haircuts!
Every time a haircut is purchased for a child 18 years or younger, a free haircut will be donated to a child in need in your community.
For MommyMandy readers you can help by sharing the hair cut below! In the widget you can share on Facebook and Tweet and send a free hair cut to a child in need!
Hair Cuttery surveyed moms of school-aged children on self-esteem and school performance and found:
- 88 percent of moms believe haircuts help their child feel good and more confident about themselves;
- 86 percent of moms say that having more confidence allows their child to perform better in school;
- And nearly four in ten moms believe a haircut boosts their child’s performance in school.
Hair Cuttery, the largest family owned and operated chain of hair salons in the country, expects to donate more than 100,000 back-to-school haircuts a total of $1.6 million in this year’s Share-a-Haircut program. This is the 14th year of the program, the only one of its kind in the nation. Since the program’s launch in 1999, Hair Cuttery has donated more than 700,000 haircuts to kids in need.
You can find a Hair Cuttery Store near you at www.haircuttery.com.
*This is a sponsored post with Hair Cuttery.