For a long time, I’ve wanted to get involved in charity work. Though my action plan is vague, my desire has kindled within me for a while. My grandmother did charity work all her life. Listening to her stories about the people she worked with and how they touched her heart, left an imprint on my sense of purpose.
Last week I found out that Dean Gera Salons were hosting an event on behalf of Do Project, called “Hair-Do”. I had never heard of Do Project before so I was curious to know who they were trying to raise funds for. I spoke to Nicole Gera, a co-owner and manager of the chain’s salon in Tal-Ibragg. She told me that the charity was working towards getting children off the streets in Cambodia.