Project Crown is a joint program between Sheron Ann Foundation and Keeper Of The Crowns, a Seattle based hair salon, that aims to fill the gap of inclusive haircare needs for foster youth of color by providing Crown Kits. For more information, please read below.
What is Project Crown?
Project Crown is a joint program between Sharon Ann Foundation and Keeper of the Crowns, a Seattle based hair salon, that aims to fill the gap of inclusive haircare needs for foster youth of color. This program provides Crown Kits, haircare packages equipped with tools and products to maintain textured hair, free of charge to youth of color in the foster care system.
Having been on both the receiving and giving end of social services, we have experienced firsthand the effect cultural biases have on one’s ability to thrive.
By providing inclusive toolsets, we are helping to restore dignity to our most vulnerable communities and create opportunities for empowerment.
How Does It Work?
Project Crown partners with local organizations, who are currently serving youth of color in the foster care system, to distribute Crown Kits.
If you are an agency representative and are interested in becoming a partner organization, please click the link below to fill out the request form.
Please Keep In Mind:
-Crown Kits are dispersed throughout the year, based upon availability.
-Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, distribution of Crown Kits may take longer than normal.
-Though we hope to serve all youth requesting support, Crown Kits are available on a first come first served basis, as supplies last.
If your organization is interested in becoming a Project Crown Partner Organization, please click the link below to visit the request form on our Contact Us page.
Once the information has been submitted, someone from our team will contact you within 4 business days.
Your contribution will enable us to provide top quality products to help restore and maintain the dignity of foster youth of color.