Friday on The Chad Hasty Show, Natalie Craig, the owner of Regimen Men's Salon, joined Chad in the KFYO studio to share plans for their upcoming two-day Walk in Their Shoes fundraiser.

The event takes place Friday and Saturday, July 28th and 29th, and features golf at the Rawls course with former Texas Tech football stars, barbecue at E & J Smokehouse and Grill, and much more.

Walk in Their Shoes is a great non-profit organization partnered with the Children's Home of Lubbock, the Texas Boys Ranch and Cal Farley's Boys Ranch of Amarillo, and Under Armour Gear and Apparel, to assist children in need of help with the opportunity to participate in athletic camps that will help promote higher self-esteem and the development of strong life-skills.

While describing the goals of the Walk in Their Shoes organization, Craig said,

Our future is provide summer camps, and get them on a college level, and be able to [help] get them into college. We've got scholarships as well.

Listen to the entire interview with much more about Walk in Their Shoes in the video above.

More information is available on the organization's website and Facebook page,

Be sure to visit the Regimen Men's Salon website and Facebook page.

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