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Woman Gives Homeless in Different States a Free Haircut

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Felisha Ruehmer’s has already given 1,300 homeless people from different states a free haircut. The woman who graduated from a school of cosmetology said that she has decided to take action after she posted a message on social media in 2016. She was asking if people can help her if she provided free haircuts to the homeless.

The philanthropist said: “When I woke up and checked the post, many people had volunteered to help and given ideas about how I could make it come together. I felt like God was calling me to do it so I’ll do this if you show me how.”

Traveling in an RV, the hairstylist has been on the road for more than 17,000 miles working with volunteers who provide her with assistance along the way. She has also created an organization, Walking Tall, which aims to provide not just free hair maintenance, but also shower areas, clothes, and foods for countless of homeless people.

She said: “It makes me feel like I am respectable again, an average person.”

After starting her social initiative, Ruehmer has already given 1,300 free haircuts and has traveled to 17 states. She has recently opened an office for her organization.

She also mentioned that a haircut is the last thing on a homeless person’s mind. Most of the times, they consume themselves thinking of where to sleep or where to eat. She said: “A haircut can give them the confidence to stand up and instead of feeling like they are less than.”

Reuhmer plans to continue with her mission and provide the homeless with more than just a free haircut, but also give them a little of what she and others are willing to give.

“It take so little effort to be good to people. We are planting seeds of giving back.” the 37-year-old woman said.

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Neverland Ranch is Back On The Market: Take A Look Around the Amusement Park

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Jim Henson’s ‘The Storyteller’ Set To Return Thanks To Neil Gaiman

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Nadie imaginaba qué ocurriría con los primeros septillizos del mundo en sobrevivir

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