The Hair Cuttery locations in the Trappe Center and the Limerick Crossing Shopping Center are joining forces to cut hair for a cause on Sunday at the Trappe Shopping Center.
Between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m., residents can pay $10 for a haircut, and proceeds will go to Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund.
Fire, police and emergency medical personnel can receive $5 haircuts.
“As a company, we wanted to support the ongoing Sandy relief efforts in our own way by donating all Cut-A-Thon profits, and we’re extremely proud of our passionate stylists who are volunteering their time to help make all of this happen,” said Hair Cuttery co-founder and CEO Dennis Ratner. “We truly hope the entire community will get involved.”
During the Cut-A-Thon, salons will also be collecting gently used coats, jackets, hats, scarves and mittens for Krausey’s Koats, a Philadelphia based organization that is gathering cold-weather gear for those affected by Hurricane Sandy.