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Philadelphia man giving free haircuts to the homeless gets a free barbershop

Updated: Aug 18, 2018

In January, 29-year-old Philadelphia native Brennon Jones started a the charity "Hair cut for Homeless", helping the homeless clean up so they could get jobs. His goodwill caught the attention of a Philly-area barber shop owner, who decided to donate a fully-furnished barbershop space for Jones to continue his work.

"I decided what other way to help another brother out than to donate the shop," Sean Johnson, the owner of Taper's Barber Shop, . "What he was doing down there, I was very impressed."

Jones says it's more than just a haircut. Cleaning up, and talking to a barber can boost morale and confidence, too.

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