Joshua Coombes is a London-based hairdresser who started
the #DoSomethingForNothing movement when he began offering
free haircuts to men and women living on the streets – and then sharing their stories.
TOMS is working with @joshuacoombes and @lightnoiseart to bring
to life an art show that uses creativity to shine a light on the lives of
people living on the streets.
Alongside the art show, TOMS is making a financial investment
to homeless organisations in each of the four cities to support
their awareness and outreach programmes - Centrepoint in Manchester,
The Rainbow Soulclub in Amsterdam, Give Something Back to Berlin
in Berlin, and La Rue Tourne in Paris.
STAND FOR TOMORROW
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STAND WITH JOSHUA
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STAND FOR DIGNITY
With local changemaker Joshua Coombes and a range of homelessness charities and organisations, TOMS is making a stand for DIGNITY. Joshua is a London-based hairdresser who started the #DoSomethingForNothing movement when he began offering free haircuts to the homeless community—and then sharing their stories. Together with @joshuacoombes and @LightNoiseArt TOMS is travelling to cities across Europe this March to bring to life an art show that helps homeless people to tell their stories with dignity. In collaboration with local homeless organisations and charities in Manchester, Amsterdam, Berlin, and Paris, we’ll bring together the local community and foster conversations about the role we all play in building a better tomorrow. As part of our wider corporate giving programme, TOMS is also making a financial investment in homeless organisations in each city to support their community outreach and inclusion programmes; Centerpoint (Manchester), The Rainbow Soulclub (Amsterdam), Give Something Back to Berlin (Berlin) and La Rue Tourne (Paris).