PRESCOTT, AZ - The Prescott Hair, Nail and Skin Institute is just one of the many organizations coming together to make the lives of first responders and evacuees of the Yarnell Hill Fire a little bit easier.
The beauty school is offering free services for the remainder of the year to those affected by the fire.
Services, like a shampoo, will be appreciated by those who've had to evacuate and are currently living in shelters.
Gary Hassen, the Institute's business manager, hopes the offer will make both the first responders' and the evacuees' lives a bit easier.
First responders are required to show their badges to receive the discounts, and evacuees must prove they've checked in at the Red Cross shelter.
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