The C.A.R.E Kutz program (Confidence, Appearance, Respect, and Esteem) provides haircuts for children from 5 to 17. It is not only for indigent families that are barely surviving, but also for the youngsters that are showing progress in their homes, schools, or preferably both. Not everyone can make straight A’s or have perfect attendance, those kids get enough rewards for their hard work. TUBA feels every child deserves encouragement for trying and making progress. A haircut is not a basic necessity of life however a C.A.R.E Kutz is. This program is much deeper than a haircut because minority males are lacking positive role models in their environment. For the most part the only male role models in these poverty stricken areas are the drug dealers or lifetime criminals with the nice cars, clothes, and sneakers .