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New England Hair Academy hosts Hair For Humanity, through today, to benefit humanitarian organization UNICEF and Turkey/Syria earthquake victims

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  New England Hair Academy hosted a Hair for Humanity” on Tuesday through Thursday (10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m./5:30 to 8 p.m.) and Friday {today] (10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.) to benefit Turkey/Syria earthquake victims, which has affected students and staff deeply. The fundraiser offered hair services at the student clinic, at 500 Main St., by a diverse student population. A portion of the proceeds will go to UNICEF to help the victims of this catastrophic earthquake in Turkey and Syria. Walk-ins and appointments are welcomed. Clients will enter a raffle for sports memorabilia.

Danielle Bennett, who is getting extensions, by stylist Sophia Bourdeau said “we are the world, we are the people,” adding that we should leave the world better than we found it.
Daniel Moynihan with barber Kyle Brosseau, of Saugus, said they should have more fundraisers for this cause to aid the thousands of earthquake victims.
Geralda St. Juste, who is getting her locks retwisted by stylist Roselyn Chheang said it’s helped to bring awareness to help victims out in any way possible.
Head instructor Michele McKinney, of Saugus, and instructor Christopher Roberts, with the donation box. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)
Boris Chudnovski got a haircut from barber Scott Harmon.
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Customer Miriam Morales, at left, places a raffle ticket for a sports memorabilia basket to raise money for Turkey and Syria earthquake victims, accompanied by barbers Jacob McKenzie and Kyle McDonald, at New England Hair Academy on Wednesday.
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Malden resident Ashish Khanna, at left, was given a haircut by barber Hayden Hayes, who said it’s a good cause.
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Edwin Burns with barber Scott Tibur, at right, gave back to the efforts.

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