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Hairdressing Project

project started by Madam Rita from MC Kharbai School for the Deaf Sun, 2013-07-28 18:25
Community Outreach to old-age homes – grannies, ‘golden- oldies’ to come in once a week for a free wash and blow, or a manicure to our centre at MC Kharbai School. Project to run for 6 weeks.

Vocational skills learners from Grades 8 and 9 will work in this project and they will need Shampoo, Conditioner, Nail-equipment, nail-polish and towels.

Start-up costs R2,000

Monitoring: Clients will sign a logbook and we will publish photos of them.

Project needs View project needs

Name and descriptionQuant.PricePrice items
Shampoo
From Africa Cash and Carry
1 R 350.00 R 350.00
Conditioner
From Africa Cash and Carry
1 R 350.00 R 350.00
Hand towels
From Africa Cash and Carry
6 R 50.00 R 300.00
Nail Polish Remover
From Africa Cash and Carry
1 R 50.00 R 50.00
Savlon
From Africa Cash and Carry
1 R 40.00 R 40.00
Cuticle Cream
From Africa Cash and Carry
1 R 80.00 R 80.00
Manicure kit
From Africa Cash and Carry
1 R 150.00 R 150.00
Nail brushes
From Africa Cash and Carry
4 R 10.00 R 40.00
Nail buffer
From Africa Cash and Carry
6 R 10.00 R 60.00
Nail cleaner orange stk
From Africa Cash and Carry
1 R 49.00 R 49.00
Total:R 1 469.00

Follow up activities:

Thank you 17 October 2013

Good Day Johan

On Wednesday the 1st group of Golden oldies arrived for their beauty
session. They were 4 ladies and one gentleman.

Gentleman: Cut his hair and a massage
Four Ladies: Wash and Blow, they had their nails done as well as a
massage for each lady.

The is group is from the 60-circle plus in the surrounding community and
they have promised that they will be coming regularly.

I was at a meeting on Wednesday and my deputy only took the photos. I will
ask the lady responsible from 60-circle plus just to write a short letter
about their experience.

The project should unfold now as we go along. WE just had to simmer down
after our concert and the learners performance at Monte Casino.

Once again thank you for your patience and always supporting MCK.

Please you must come and pop in.

Best Regards

Michelle Batchelor
Principal