PLANTATION, FL – 28-year-old Nicolàs Martinez, a Marine veteran, travels the country to cut hair for people in need. Martinez’ clients primarily include individuals battling homelessness, veterans, hospital patients, and single parent families. Martinez travels with his wife, Janeth Solano, and his infant daughter, Mary Jane.
Many of Martinez’ clients often do not have the resources to afford a haircut. Martinez offers these individuals free haircuts to promote self-confidence and happiness.
Starting in New York, Martinez has traveled the East Coast so far. The mission came to a halt when Martinez had his truck, which was towing the trailer, stolen in Daytona Beach. The truck also contained thousands of dollars of Martinez’ savings. Despite facing homelessness, Martinez continues to offer free haircuts for the needy and only accepts payment in the form of a donation. Martinez now reaches out to local organizations to help provide food and shelter for his family.
Martinez hopes to one day expand his business into a non-profit organization, establishing mobile barbershops for the needy throughout the country.
“I love him and support him in every and anything. Even though he might be in rough times, he loves to be there for every and anybody,” said Solano about Martinez.
To help Nicolàs Martinez get another truck and continue his mission to change lives, visit his Go Fund Me Page: http://www.gofundme.com/TheCCB