With stay-at-home orders in place, a lot of Piedmont families are working and learning at home. Seeing the same four walls can make you a little restless. For Bryan Starrett, home quarantine has sparked his creativity.
“I thought the kids are looking for fun things to do and I thought, if I can’t pay for a haircut, I will let them do it and donate to the hunger need,” Starrett said.
To share his donation message with others, Starrett and his daughters made a video and posted it to social media. In the video named Haircut for Hunger, Starrett is sitting in a chair while his young daughters, Caroline and Josie cut his hair. The girls were excited and a little scared to give their dad a new look.