Contributed Photo/Courtesy Jason and Maria Kouts: Tr3ndz Hair Salon is hosting a fundraiser for the Josiah House project Saturday, March 3.
By Jon Johnson
SAFFORD – Need to get a trim and want to help out a good cause?
Tr3ndz Hair Salon at 615 W. Main St. in Safford will be holding a fundraiser Saturday, March 3, from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. with all proceeds benefiting the Josiah House movement.
The Josiah House is a nonprofit outreach to help people who are struggling with addiction. The group wants to bring a Christ-centered rehabilitation center to Safford and is currently in the planning phase.
The movement was begun by The River Community Church Pastor David Chapman and his wife, Debbie Chapman, after the tragic heroin overdose death of Josiah Kouts, 25. To help with funding or more information visit the movement’s Facebook page here. To read about the Kouts story, click on the links below for our weeklong series.
On Saturday, several local stylists will be at Tr3ndz to give the haircuts. There will also be raffle tickets for purchase will raffle prizes from The Plantation, Real Deals, The Wear, Genevieve’s, Trophies N’ Tees, Brando’s Fun N’ Sun Travel, The Plank, Top Notch Salon, Priority One Salon, The Venue on Main and Fizek Fitness.
So, if you are in need of a trip, want to help out a good cause, or just want to try your luck at some raffle prizes, head down to Tr3ndz Hair Salon from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., Saturday, March 3.
For more information call or text 928-322-2264.
To read about Josiah’s story, click on the links below.