LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A Lafayette business is raising money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the YWCA.
Sunday afternoon Angela's Image had a cut-a-thon to help fund mammograms to women who can't afford one.
For a $10 donation, customers of all ages could sit in the booth and get a haircut.
Stylists were decked out in pink and excited for today's event.
"It means a lot to me because you're giving back to those people, who have lost somebody and it's goes to a great cause. We do a lot of things with them to help raise money. Giving back to the community is always a good thing when you are a small business," said Bailey Brown, Angela's Images stylist.
This was the second year that that Angela's Image has had a cut-a-thon for breast cancer awareness.
Last year, Angela's Images raised $1,000 for the YWCA.
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