1 hr 14 min

The note said "Daddy please don't drink again" - with Stewart Roberts MBE Straight Edge The Podcast

    • Self-Improvement

Stewart Roberts, MBE, has worked in the Hair industry for most of his life. With 18 years of sobriety under his belt, Haircuts4Homeless started by accident in November 2014, after Stewart was volunteering at a Salvation Army in Essex.
 
"I had recently seen a guy on Facebook doing makeovers on homeless people on the street so thought I’ll bring my scissors to the next session and give some haircuts."
 
Little did he know it would change his life.
 
Now they have 68 projects across the UK & Ireland, 600 volunteers and have given over 60,000 haircuts.
"I soon realised that it was much more than a haircut that we were giving. It’s about respect, connection, touch and communication."
 

His own podcast called “Hear Me, See Me.” Podcast and is available through Acast and on Spotify, iTunes, YouTube and Amazon Music.
 





www.haircuts4homeless.com 
 
http://feeds.acast.com/public/shows/hear-me-see-me
 
info@haircuts4homeless.com 





 

Stewart Roberts, MBE, has worked in the Hair industry for most of his life. With 18 years of sobriety under his belt, Haircuts4Homeless started by accident in November 2014, after Stewart was volunteering at a Salvation Army in Essex.
 
"I had recently seen a guy on Facebook doing makeovers on homeless people on the street so thought I’ll bring my scissors to the next session and give some haircuts."
 
Little did he know it would change his life.
 
Now they have 68 projects across the UK & Ireland, 600 volunteers and have given over 60,000 haircuts.
"I soon realised that it was much more than a haircut that we were giving. It’s about respect, connection, touch and communication."
 

His own podcast called “Hear Me, See Me.” Podcast and is available through Acast and on Spotify, iTunes, YouTube and Amazon Music.
 





www.haircuts4homeless.com 
 
http://feeds.acast.com/public/shows/hear-me-see-me
 
info@haircuts4homeless.com 





 

1 hr 14 min