FREE HAIRCUT, MAKEUP AND BEARD TRIM
When two NFP local organisations collide good things happen! Coastal Twist Festival and Community Hair Project have joined forces this Mardi Gras Month, Restoring Dignity One Haircut at a Time.
Lots of Coastie LGBTIQ Community is doing it tough right now and we want to ensure your feeling just that little bit better with a little FREE pampering!
This is a safe space, no one turned away we want all community to feel welcome!
Community Hair Project are doing amazing work around the Country and they aim to empower all members of our community who may not have the resources to get haircuts, their goal is to restore dignity one hair cut at a time, to give People the confidence to take that next step in life! “To let everyone in Australia know that we are with them and that we care!”
We all know an Aussie who’s been through a rough patch, someone who doesn’t feel good about themselves, someone who needs a hand to ‘get back on the horse’. A haircut may be a very basic thing to you, but it can make a world of difference to someone’s self esteem.
VERY LIMITED APPOINTMENTS NEXT THURSDAY 24TH FEB ONLY – SO BOOK YOURSELF IN NOW VIA THIS LINK
Location is @ Parkhouse building in Kibble Park Gosford, Look for the Central Coast Pride Banner on the “big deck”
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