I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because its a charity close to my heart.
To bring awareness too/show support to alopecia in national alopecia month.
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK!!
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because its a charity close to my heart. I lost all my hair in October and I would like too raise awareness.
My peeriest pal, my dear friend Leanna developed Alopecia over the past few years.Leanna is struggling to deal with her hair loss, and I want to shave my head in solidarity with her. So that she knows she has support and she is very much loved, I am going to shave off my favourite thing about myself; my big, beautiful curly hair ❤️
As some of you may know, Alopecia took my man fuzz a few years ago and left me with a pretty shiny head. I’ve been working with the good people at AlopeciaUK for a few years now to try and do my bit & help out others in the same situation. They do some pretty great work.
I want to make alopecia more aware to others because bold is beautiful and isn’t just a killer
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because its a charity close to my family.
In preparation to my 10k Run my fundraising is to support Alopecia UK as in UK it is a disease with no government or private healthcare support.
I suffer with alopecia arrays my self
3 months ago our beautiful, loving and caring 8 years old daughter Angelica-Mae was diagnosed with Alopecia Totalis (AT)
My sister Kate and I have been growing our hair for the past 18 months or so in order to do a Sponsored Haircut so that we could raise awareness of Alopecia as well as fundraise for Alopecia UK because it's a charity close to both our hearts, due to the tremendous support they have given to a family member who has been affected by Alopecia.Now we're NOT going as far as 'Braving the Shave' but we WILL also be donating our cut hair to another fantastic charity 'The Little Princess Trust' who
I want to raise money for alopecia so we can finally find a cure for it!
My twelve year old sister suffers with alopecia, and I’d like to show her and others that she isn’t dealing with it alone.
Me and my niece Sophie both suffer from alopecia and would like to raise awareness and raise money to help other people like us.
This is a cause close to our hearts. Our daughter was diagnosed with Alopecia at age 6. She is now a teenager with a zest for life. We have learned to live with this disease as a family and can only hope that one day there will be a cure.