Means more than the barber industry
Barbering is a culture and a lifestyle to most. In the world of barbering, being a barber is where the professionals come together to network, showcase their skills, talents, ideas and raising the bar of their profession.
To Tony Saez, it means much more. It is a platform to bring awareness to youth displacement and the lack of guidance, basic essentials, mentorship and education. He believes that barbers and stylist are in position to reach the at-risk, disconnected and underprivileged children in their community through various outreach programs.
Saez says, "The hair industry can be used as an effective tool to offer the youth a career opportunity to better themselves and in hopes that they can become successful as many in the profession has done." This is where True Hair Culture comes into play. His hopes are that the True Hair Culture brand will not only bring awareness but will also start the conversation on the issues our youth faces on a daily basis.
True Hair Culture has been in contact with numerous non-profit agencies from Florida to California. They have welcomed his partnership and look forward to making a difference in the community. One of the non-profits is "Got Your Back San Diego." Their mission is to fight against childhood hunger by providing food to homeless children on the weekend that attend San Diego County Public Schools. The children receiving the meals have been identified as homeless or food insecure (not knowing where their next meal will come from).
Tony is looking forward to helping raise awareness and funds to support non-profits throughout the U.S. Click on the this link to request more information on True Hair Culture and ways you can help in your community.
Tony Saez has been a Master Barber in Florida for 6 years. He has provided his services independently and through local barber shops in St. Petersburg, Clearwater and Pinellas Park, Florida. He is a graduate of the American Institute of Beauty located in Pinellas County. His work is showcased on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Tony has a passion for outreach programs that help underprivileged children. He has donated his services to women with cancer and children in foster care. He is always looking for ways to give back to his community and to San Diego, his childhood home.