Haircuts4Homeless has launched an Ambassador Programme to spread the goodwill of its community even further, with a new way for barbers throughout the UK to support the charity.
Set up by veteran hairdresser Stewart Roberts, the UK-wise initiative provides homeless people with free haircuts to help them look and feel better. Participating barbershops will be asked to add £1 to the charge for selected Haircuts4Homeless (H4H) services, which will then go towards a haircut or service for a person in need.
It’s simple for barbershops to get involved by displaying the H4H logo on chosen services on their price list. With the £1 donation, H4H will be able to fund not just a haircut, but a kind gesture that lets a homeless person know that people care.
Stewart Roberts, says: “One of people’s basic rights is for them to feel good about themselves and H4H has always been about helping people to achieve that. The hair and barber industry is known for its generosity and willingness to help people, and now there is another way to get behind this great cause and empower more homeless people to reclaim the self-worth and dignity they deserve.”
Barbers can sign up for the programme from just £99 as a Single Salon Ambassador, with £59 per additional site for a Multi Salon Ambassador, white commitment of two series.
To register interest in becoming a Salon Ambassador, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit https://www.haircuts4homeless.com/