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Barber Receives Grant to Create Safe Space in Shop for Neighborhood Kids

by Anne Moratto | May 15, 2019
Donald (DC) Conley Schedulicity
Donald (DC) ConleySchedulicity

On May 9, Schedulicity’s CEO Jerry Nettuno surprised Compton, CA barbershop owner Donald (DC) Conley with a check totaling $5,000. DC is the first barber to be awarded the #SchedulicityCares business grant and plans to put the $5,000 towards creating a safe place in his barbershop for the children of Compton. This space will allow children to successfully complete their homework and safely spend time with their peers when they are not in school.

<strong><a href="https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.instagram.com_iambarberizm_&amp;d=DwMFAg&amp;c=jGUuvAdBXp_VqQ6t0yah2g&amp;r=aBPPWMUBjabVxlrlo2DVPitXt6n4mw9T_jAD6gHhMJA&amp;m=tUuu_LYjwdqGjABbjH7hxkineJ6AioO8g9ZG9fNDoh0&amp;s=CEquh3RUiEQLqnKE8yoThiG-cv4yTUHhVgYjfdA4Cns&amp;e=">Donald (DC) Conley</a> and Schedulicity’s CEO Jerry Nettuno</strong>

Donald (DC) Conley and Schedulicity’s CEO Jerry Nettuno

Schedulicity, a leading online platform for consumers to schedule appointments, classes and workshops in more than 50 industries, announced its #SchedulicityCares business grant in April which they plan to award two active Schedulicity businesses each month. Schedulicity's mission is to help its community of business owners become successful entrepreneurs. 

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Originally posted on Modern Salon

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