Winter is approaching and, with it, all the difficult weather conditions that often apply. Because of that, one kindhearted Philadelphia man thought that he would have to temporarily give up his mission of giving free haircuts to the homeless—that is, until one equally kindhearted stranger stepped in and gave him a relatively new barbershop. For free.
According to WTXF-TV, Sean Johnson heard about Brennon Jones’ widely publicized haircut mission and decided he wanted to be a part of the “Haircuts 4 the Homeless” operation.
“When I found out, well, I need to be part of that. I need to see what I can do to help,” Johnson told the news station.
His way of helping? Giving Jones a fully renovated, basically new barbershop that will offer services to those in need.
Jones did not have to pay a cent for it.
“He said, ‘Listen, I’ve got a building I want you to come check out.’ He said, ‘Do you like this place?’ I said, ‘Yeah, I like it.’ He tossed me the key and said, ‘It’s yours,’” Jones said, still amazed at Johnson’s generosity.