Having developed Alopecia Areata myself, I am fundraising for Alopecia UK by shaving the rest of my head. Many of you will know how much this has affected me and I hope you will help me in reaching my goal of £150 towards the charity's ongoing research.
I was diagnosed with alopecia last year and would like to raise money for research.
We will be walking 100 miles over the space of a month and selling cakes to raise money for Alopecia UK. I would like to do this to raise awareness and help those who are in a similar situation to me.
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because its a charity close to my heart.
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because its a charity close to my heart as I have alopecia areata
We are fundraising for Alopecia UK because it's a amazing charity which means a lot to us as a family.
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because I have been suffering from Alopecia since I was around 10 years old.
My mum has Alopecia and I want to help (beat) her fundraising challenge. I am going to learn to count to 15 in 15 different languages in 15 days.
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because it's a charity close to my heart.
I have had alopecia since I was in primary school. It has been a tough journey, particularly over the course of my late-20s/early 30s, when it progressed from alopecia areata to alopecia totalis.
We are doing a family abseil to raise funds for Alopecia UK, inspired by our young friend Oscar.
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK as I've been affected by various forms of hair loss during most of my adult life.
Hair loss seems trivial until it happens to you. I’m raising much needed funds for Alopecia UK for research, support and awareness.
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because its a charity close to my heart. I have both attended events personally as a family and as a volunteer, the work AUK does is so valuable. Alopecia is not life threatening but it is life changing. Support, research and awareness are key.
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because I’ve battled with alopecia for over 10 years and I’ve struggling to accept my baldness. Now that I love my alopecia and feel confident being bald from so much support, this is my way of giving back to those who are struggling and hiding from their alopecia. Raising money for an amazing charity and spreading awareness as much as I can.
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because its a charity close to my heart. I will be swimming in 15 bays in 15 hours!