Aldine Eisenhower QB Zach Henry Gives Back to His Community with Free Haircuts

On the field, Zach Henry makes plays for the Eisenhower Eagles.

He’s been the starting quarterback for the Eagles the past two years and although they are winless heading into district play, the team has shown some promise. However, Zach’s talents are more than what he does on the football field.

Zach got so many compliments on his hair cuts that he eventually enrolled at a barber’s school. As he got better and better, he made a decision to use his new skills to help others.

Henry videotaped one of his encounters with a homeless man named Nathan. Zach fed him and gave him a pair of shoes and then found out that Nathan hadn’t gotten a haircut in 17 months. The haircut changed Nathan’s demeanor, but the conversation the two shared helped change both of their lives

So now monthly, you can see Zach out and about in his neighborhood, giving haircuts and having meaningful conversations. His goal is not only to brighten someone’s day, but to help inspire change in the human spirit.