Hair Cuttery Is Giving Children In Need Free Haircuts
For the 20th straight year, Hair Cuttery is running a program called "Share A Haircut." During the first two weeks of August, anytime a child's haircut is purchased in any Hair Cuttery location, the company will donate "a free haircut certificate to a child in need through local social services agencies."
Hair Cuttery says that as of 2018, they had donated "more than 2.4 million free haircut certificates, valued at approximately $35.92 million, to those in need."
According to the company's website, the first Hair Cuttery opened in West Springfield, VA in 1974. Today, it has "over 850 Salons in 16 states," making it "the largest privately-held salon chain in North America."
Hair Cuttery's "Share A Haircut" offer is happening through this Thursday (Aug. 15).
Hair Cuttery has several locations in our area, including Hamilton Marketplace, the Shops at Windsor Green in Princeton, the Levittown Town Center, and Wishing Well Plaza in Burlington. To find a location near you, click here.