Fact: a lot of people out there who are fighting cancer and losing their hair because of treatments want to wear wigs made of human hair.
That’s where those of us who are lucky enough to be healthy come in. Enjoy these before and after photos of folks who cut off their locks and donated it to a great cause.
1. Those are some long locks!
2. A new man.
3. It suits you.
4. Total transformation.
5. Raising awareness.
Last year I decided to shave off and donate my waist length hair for St. Baldricks and raised $1000+ for pediatric cancer research grants. Thought I could bring some awareness to my favorite charity. from pics
6. Follow her lead.
7. Her fifth time!
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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month. . . . . This is my 5th time donating my hair to @wigs.for.kids to make wigs for children that have lost their hair due to chemo and radiation. I’ll always love my longer hair, but I’m blessed that it grows so fast so I can donate it every 3/4 years. 25 inches shorter and lighter! . . . . . . #wigsforkids #hairdonation #childhoodcancerawarenessmonth #childhoodcancer #chemo #donation #hair #haircut #hairdonation #teamtheoforever #teamtheoforever? 9.7.19
9. Going to a good cause.
10. Bye-bye hair.
Those photos are wonderful! Awwww, faith in humanity restored!
If you’re looking for something nice and charitable to do this holiday season, consider donating your locks. There’s always a need!