Tuesday, October 15, 2013

AZ Hair Co food drive: how to get your Fall hair style for less while giving more!

 Good morning Gorgeous!
I have another savings to pass on to you! If you are in need of a haircut or color, now is the time to do it! Go see Star at AZ Hair Co at Tempe Marketplace, bring some canned food with you to donate and get a discount!

Giving back to our community is something Arizona Hair Co takes pride in therefore, we are teaming up with the United Food Bank for our second annual canned food drive.
How does it work?
Discount off Haircut:
Bring in two cans to any of our 21 locations and receive a $1.00 off your haircut or bring in four cans for $2.00 off your haircut. ($2 maximum off haircut, Not valid with any other offer.)
Discount off Color of Perm Service:
Bring in ten cans to receive $5.00 off your color service. ($5 maximum off color service, Not valid with any other offer.)
October 1st - November 15th. 

Star has been doing my hair for some time and I have never had a problem! I love the cut and color she gives me and the hair cut styles for my son.

Here's the location:
Tempe Marketplace
2040 E Rio Salado Pkwy
Tempe, AZ 85284
(480) 967-2244
~Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something. ~Author Unknown
Last year Arizona Hair Co collected over 1550 cans!!! Lets do it again!!!

From the United Food Bank... 
YOUR GIFTS AT WORKUnited Food Bank distributed 22,398,097 pounds of food in the last year. That's enough food to provide more than  51,100 meals each day.

The Facts
  • Arizona is tied as the worst state in the U.S. when it comes to child hunger, and the 5th worst for overall food insecurity.
  • 1 in 4 children; 1 in 5 adults; and 1 in 7 seniors struggle with hunger.
  • 888,100 unduplicated Arizonans received emergency food assistance in 2009, an 85% increase from the 2006 study.
    • Almost half (46%) of those were children under the age of 18.
  • 74% of households lived below the federal poverty line, defined as $22,050 annually for a family of four.
  • 77% of households experienced food insecurity. Food insecurity is defined as limited or uncertain food availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods or limited or uncertain ability to acquire acceptable foods in socially acceptable ways.
Tough Choices
  • Of Arizonans receiving emergency food from the United Food Bank network:
    • 50% report choosing between paying for food or utilities
    • 41% report choosing between paying for food or their rent or mortgage
    • 27% report choosing between paying for food or for medical care

 *This information comes from the 2010 Hunger in America Report
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