Free haircuts and school supplies are being offered by The Barber Co in Garden City to assist parents in lowering back-to-school expenses.
In addition to providing haircuts, the company aims to increase kids' self-confidence before they enter the classroom.
Alondra Rodriguez, the owner of The Barber Co., stated, "We want to be able to be able to help as many kids as we can, get them in before they go back to school, and make them look good."
A student from Ada County named Benton remarked, "It makes me feel like I'm getting confident and ready for the school year."
Growing up, Rodriguez was all too familiar with the sensation of getting a new haircut.
"Ever since I was a kid, I just loved kids for some reason, even for myself as a kid back then, I just thought that they were such angels, I guess I would say," Rodriguez remarked. "It was such a huge thing for me, especially growing up in the Latino community."
Some parents, according to Rodriguez, might use a helping hand as the price of clothing and school supplies continues to rise.
"Kids, though, particularly, go through a lot. Many families are unable to give them those things. I want to be able to be that person who can help because of this, Rodriguez added.
Rodriguez and her group are giving away free haircuts and school supplies on Sunday. The Barber Co. has previously provided this to people in the community who are in need. They expressed gratitude for the resource's popularity last year, they claimed.
Rodriguez stated, "It was overwhelming to see how many people were queued up outside before we even started, but it filled us with joy because we knew that these kids were going to leave here happy. "And they had the biggest smiles on their faces when we handed out those backpacks."
Parents and neighbors value this initiative, especially since it is offered by a nearby company.
The parent of a school-aged child in Ada County, Corey Powell, remarked that witnessing such kind deeds in his neighborhood almost made him cry.
They need your assistance with school supplies if they are to serve more youngsters this year.
"We want to support one another. We want to unite as a community and be able to share that with everyone else," Rodriguez said. "Be able to love and genuinely assist one another. You never know when help will be needed.
Any kind of school supplies can be dropped off at The Barber Co on the following dates if you'd like to donate:
From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., August 16–18.
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on August 19.
On Sunday, August 20, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., kindergarten through 12th-grade students can receive free haircuts and supplies.
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