Beauticians and Barbers needed for the B. Alley Hair Program - Chicago


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Sat Jan 14, 2017 - Mon Jan 16, 2017


Location To Be DeterminedChicago, IL 60680

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Can you keep a secret? Studies showed that free meals were made available to children from families with incomes below 130% of the federal poverty line; and students whose household income was up to 185% of the poverty line received reduced-price meals in school. Even more interestingly, forty-eight percent of all children in US public schools, from preschool to 12th grade, now meet one or more of these stipulations. You know how you feel when you put on your best suit before your presentation. I’m sure you also know how good it feels when you leave the salon after receiving a soothing shampoo, clip, and style--AT YOUR BEST. The Rebecca Everlene Trust Company’s B. Alley Program wants to help Chicago children feel their best when they enter the classroom. No one needs to know that their family has fallen on hard times, and with your assistance, we can help them maintain their secret. We can’t provide the suit, but we can make sure that these students are well-suited for success. All we need from you is a day or two out of your schedule every month to style and cut hair. The cost for the students is $10, which will help us purchase shampoo, conditioners and dressing creams that will be used during project hours. To learn more about the opportunity and how you can make a difference in a child’s life, please contact us. We’d love to have your support.


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