By Arial Starks

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) — Care Cuts provided hundreds of homeless people with hot showers, food, clothes and free hair cuts on Sunday.

The group is a non-profit organization that focuses on the needs of the homeless population in Knoxville. Founder of the organization, Marti Baker started Car Cuts in 2016 after a friend asked her to collect 500 hats for the homeless. She was able to collect over 800 hats and knew she wanted to do more to make a difference.

Baker is a hairdresser, but cuts hair for the homeless for free.

“None of us get a paycheck and as long as I’m here, nobody will get a paycheck.”, said Baker.

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