At Simon Clark Hairdressing we try to maintain an on going and relevant social responsibility program.
Current Projects – TRADE FOR AID
We feel that it is as important to give as to receive, but that receiving also makes giving easier. As part key part of our social responsibility program we give of our time and products in exchange of local charities basic needs.
TRADE FOR AID: Animal Welfare Society
Every second Wednesday of the month you can trade 8kg dog or cat food for a Free haircut. we then donate all the food collected to the Animal Welfare Society. Last month we collected 160kg of dog food
TRADE FOR AID: Catcare Port Elizabeth
Every 3rd Wednesday of the month we will trade the following:
- 1x 4kg cat food for a free wash and cut
- 2x 4kg cat food for a free half head of foils or root touch up
- 2x 4kg cat food for a free wash cut and blow.
Catcare use this for the upliftment and support of feral cat colonies in and around Port Elizabeth
TRADE FOR AID: Adcockvale Old Age Home
Every third Wednesday of the month you can trade 10kg of rice or flour for your haircut. we then donate the rice or flour to Adcockvale Old age Home via Rotary. We have since replaced this with the campaign for Catcare as it is better supported
We believe that it is important to give back to the community and as such always try to support local initiatives.
TRADE FOR AID : A Bottle for a Bag
Held annually we trade a bottle of our fabulous salon shampoo for a black bag full of old clothes, blankets or bedding. The clothes are then passed on to Rotary for distribution to needy causes
A Snip for a Pint
In an effort to reward Blood Donors we donated 1000 free haircut vouchers worth R160 000.00 to the South African National Blood Service. It was quite ineradicable to see just how diverse and adventurous our blood donors actually are. https://www.facebook.com/SANBS/photos/a.426295591212.224200.143091631212/10153242941856213/?type=3&theater
Hair For the Dogs
Ever competitive Simon our Creative Director and Dean the GHD rep decided to race the Corporate Ironman. Or clients were asked to bet on who they thought would win the race. With the winner of the race getting to decide which animal charity the money would go to. In the end Simon comfortable won the race and Adorable Bull Terrier Rescue got a R900.00 donation