C.A.N.S. 4 Cuts Charity Event a Success

C.A.N.S. 4 Cuts, a not for profit organization that focuses on the overall well being of community citizens, held its annual Eyes on the Prize event providing free haircuts in exchange for canned goods that are then donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank.

Founded by Andis Educator Lamont Joseph, also known as Jaye Da Barber, C.A.N.S. 4 Cuts’ mission is to bring awareness and helps reduce hunger in low-income areas and to restore a sense of pride to communities across the United States. In support of the cause, the Andis Company donated the tools for the event.



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