‘We’re not raising awareness; we’re raising compassion.’
The movement #dosomethingfornothing was born when hairdresser, Josh Coombes started cutting homeless people’s hair for free. Teaming up with his friend, Matt Spracklen, to document the process, they took it upon themselves to tour this idea around the south-west towns and cities. The idea behind the movement is to create inspiration and awareness of the fact that we are all able to do something for someone, for nothing. The best way to get this inspiration across to the masses was to create the hashtag #dosomethingfornothing and allow it to trend across social media platforms.
Why am I blogging about it?
I’m not suggesting you go out and cut people’s hair, it’s literally just about doing one thing that creates a positive outcome. If this blog inspires someone to go onto the #dosomethingfornothing Instagram page and follow their movement, that’s brilliant. If it inspires someone to even just think about creating a positive outcome then it’s all worth it. It’s as simple as the title, do something for nothing.
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Pass on the happiness.