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Just Cuts Campbelltown team turns yellow for R U OK Day

15 Sep 2020
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The Just Cuts Campbelltown team wore yellow to raise awareness for R U OK Day

The Just Cuts Campbelltown team wore yellow last Thursday to mark R U OK day.

R U OK is an Australian suicide prevention charity that aims to start life-changing conversations.

The Stylist team switched colours to yellow to raise awareness for the organisation, and used in salon decorations and social media tiles to champion the charity in salons during the week.

Owner of Just Cuts Campbelltown, Joanne Ashkar, says the salon supported R U OK Day because it’s an important cause during COVID-19.

“With so many struggling right now, we wanted to highlight the power of a simple conversation.”

“As stylists, we learn to trust our gut instincts to notice how people react to their haircuts when they may not be able to articulate what they want. We understand communication is key.”

“My team wore yellow because as a community we need to be more comfortable asking difficult questions not just on R U OK Day, but every day. Small acts of kindness can make a big difference in someone’s day, and a conversation can change a life.”



Media Contact: Andrew Stewart 0400 964 222or astewart@alphaconsulting.global

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