#24DaysOfGratitude: Haircuts4Homeless

by | Dec 28, 2020

The British Beauty Council is proud to have so many amazing Charity Affiliates. As part of our #24DaysOfGratitude campaign, we are speaking to our Charity Affiliates about what they’re grateful for from 2020, as well as looking forward to the year ahead.

 

Image credit: @haircuts4homelessuk

 

We spoke with Stewart Roberts, Founder of Haircuts 4 Homeless.

 

What are you grateful for this year?

 

This year I’m more grateful than ever to be part of the amazing hairdressing industry. Hairdressers, product manufacturers and industry bodies have had an unending generosity in their support for us at Haircuts4Homeless.

 

What work/achievements as a charity are you most proud of from 2020?

 

As a charity, I’m most proud of the over 600 volunteers that give their time freely and generously to keep growing the service we offer and the fact we have given over 40,000 haircuts since starting in 2014.

 

What are you looking forward to in 2021 as a charity?

 

We are so grateful for the sponsors such as The National Lottery, L’Oréal, Zenoti, BRANDstand Communications and welcome more to join us in 2021 with long term funding and support to ensure the forward growth of our mission.

 

How can people support Haircuts4Homeless going forward? 

To support Haircuts4Homeless going forward we ask people to donate, relate or participate.
They can donate directly through our website www.haircuts4homeless.com. Relate by sharing our social media or sharing our Hear Me, See Me podcast. And finally, participate by volunteering, contacting us by email on info@haircuts4homeless.com .

 

Thank you again to the British Beauty Council for all their support and everything they do for the industry.

 

Image credit: @haircuts4homelessuk

 

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