A hairdresser who works at a San Francisco barbershop is getting a new haircut to raise money for homeless people.
A few months ago, San Diego hairdo salon owner Chris Motta said he began to get calls from people asking if he could make some cash.
Motta says he was in awe when he got the call.
“I thought, ‘Oh my God, this is a huge deal,'” Motta told ABC News.
“My hair is really messed up.
I don’t know if you’re familiar with my hair but I’m really thick, and it’s kind of an uneven texture,” Motta explained.
So he took a chance and decided to take his hair out of its natural state and create a more polished look.
Mota said he decided to use the money from the haircut to pay for a temporary, temporary, job.
The barber is offering the job to people who can’t afford permanent jobs.
Motti said people who are homeless have been calling him asking for the job.
He says he’s now helping people find work through the company.
The salon is also offering free haircuts to people with a valid ID card, and they’re also offering haircuts and other services for a week.
“It’s going to be a very, very busy week,” Motti told ABC news.
“But it’s going be great for a lot of people, too.
I know that it’s something we want to do, and we’re really hoping to do it and really make a difference.”