I'm chopping my hair and need your help!
I have made the decision to make a difference by cutting and donating my hair to be made into a wig for someone who has lost their hair due to a medical condition.
I'll be chopping off (insert how many cms/in you'll be donating - min 35.5cm) on (insert the date of your big chop, or an approximate date or month if you're not sure).
Wigs cost families up to $6,000, lasting 1-2 years, meaning families can spend tens of thousands of dollars on the purchase of wigs throughout a child’s youth. By making a donation to Variety - the Children's Charity, you can help provide a wig or other vital equipment to a child in need. Thank you for helping kids in need.
Made a self-donation
Received 5 donations
Received 10 donations
Raised 50% of goal
Raised 100% of goal
Raised over $1500
Thanks for your generosity and support.Wednesday 25th Aug
I want to thank you all for helping us make a positive difference. Your support encourages our continued commitment to reaching our goal for Hair with Heart.
Within 3 days got more than 100% of the target amount! And many of the Contributors don’t even want to mention their names!
It is a blessing to be surrounded by so many good souls!
Thanks again for your generosity and support.
every little bit counts!Saturday 21st Aug
You might have heard that I’m chopping off my hair and donating it to Variety - the Children’s Charity! My hair will be used to make wigs for those who have lost their hair due to a medical condition.
Variety helps thousands of kids who are sick, disadvantaged, or have special needs to live, laugh and learn through various grants and programs including granting wigs to kids that have lost their hair due to a medical condition, for example, alopecia. Wigs give these kids, like Hannah, more confidence and better self-esteem so they can feel like themselves again. But wigs can cost thousands and last only 1-2 years.
I’m aiming to raise 300. Please don’t be shy, every little bit counts!
You can donate at my fundraising page right now. Here’s the link:
Thanks in advance for your generosity - it means a lot!
Thanks for all the support
Mohammed Golam Zilani