Support an Act for Autism by donating to Hair Cuttery this month.
Friday, April 13, 2012
Editor's note: The following is a press release from Hair Cuttery. Make a donation to the Easter Seals at Woodridge's two Hair Cuttery salons and Hair Cuttery will match the donation up to $10,000. The money will support local Easter Seals services for families living with autism. Hair Cuttery patrons can donate money at the point-of-sale or can use an online coupon to donate to Easter Seals online. “We are proud to partner with Easter Seals for a second year because of their commitment to providing the best services to the millions of children and families living with autism across the country,” said Dennis Ratner, Founder and CEO of Hair Cuttery. “Many of our associates have been personally touched by autism and other disabilities, …
Hair Cuttery will provide a free haircut to a child in need for every child under 18 who has a haircut during the first two weeks of August.
The back-to-school haircut goes with the new backpack, pens and pencils in creating the excitement for the new school year. Now you can help a child in need get a haircut, as well. Hair Cuttery is offering a free haircut to a child in need for every patron under 18 who comes in for a haircut from August 1 to 15. There are two Hair Cuttery locations in Woodridge: on 63rd Street and in the Woodgrove Festival Shopping Center on 75th Street. “We expect more than 60,000 haircuts to be donated in communities across the country to children in need,” said Dennis Ratner, founder and CEO of Hair Cuttery, in a company press release. ”We’re proud to offer this program that gives children the opportunity to help other kids in the community. A …