THE HAIR CARES FOUNDATION
UPSKILLING THOSE WHO WANT TO SUCCEED
We've partnered with a local salon in Cape Town to provide an education and mentor underprivileged young adults.
Through your generosity we will be able to provide these at-risk students with basic hair skills, a hair tool kit and the confidence to build a better future for themselves.
Established in May 2018, The Hair Cares Foundation is a charity which aims to promote equality, empowerment and self-worth to underprivileged youth and young adults around the world. We are committed to providing a skill set which can be used universally to generate an income. This education in a career will not only alleviate poverty, but will generate feelings of self-esteem in the youth of tomorrow. On a practical level these young adults will not only be taught a valuable skill set, but will be provided with the necessary tools to enable them to execute their newly acquired trade.
However, in order to put our ideals into practice we need funds. We aim to raise money via GoFundMe, personal and corporate donations, and various company partnerships. Without support in the form of your generous contributions, it would not be possible to provide these opportunities to allow individuals to realize their potential and fulfill their aspirations.
The Hair Cares Foundation has been established to provides a “hand-up”, not a “hand-out” with a belief in fostering a life-long mentorship. Many charities simply raise funds and fail to provide a life-long network of support, funding, resources.
The Hair Cares Foundation will guarantee a mentorship throughout the student’s involvement with our charity. Our successful apprenticeship program in North America has lead us to expand to the South African market where unemployment reaches over 30% due to lack of tertiary education.
We trust that you will give our appeal your serious consideration in the knowledge that a positive response from you will assist in changing lives for the better.
You can make a difference today!
“Saving one person is the change the world needs.”