Alopecia UK is working to improve the lives of those affected by all types of hair loss.
With your help, we can continue to further our aims of Support, Awareness and Research in order to improve the lives of those affected by alopecia. Your donation makes a huge difference to a small charity that receives no statutory funding.
Thank you for supporting the work of Alopecia UK.
Set up a fundraising page or donate to our Alopecia Awareness Month 2021 appeal page here!
Set up a fundraising page or donate to our Alopecia Awareness Month 2022 appeal page here!
A team of brave volunteers are taking part in the gruelling 10k Rough Runner Obstacle Course on Saturday 8th September 2018 in Finsbury Park, London.
Fieldfisher Run Club are taking on the Vienna marathon (in the city where our latest new office has recently opened) to raise money for Alopecia UK
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because its a charity close to my heart.I was diagnosed with alopecia just under 1 year ago in early 2023.Being only 9 years old and already having chronic eczema etc.,discovering I had alopecia and losing hair and eyelashes etc. Was really scary and confusing.Alopecia UK raises awarness,gives support,helps find treatments, holds and funds fantastic meetings,events, days out and trips to help sufferers meet other people who are going through the same hardships.
I am running the Edinburgh half-marathon to raise money for Alopecia UK. As someone who has alopecia areata the work this charity does to support those with it and research a treatment is very special to me.
My eldest daughter (10) suffers with Alopecia and I am doing a number of runs/events during 2024 to raise as much money as I can for the Alopecia UK charity.
I am running the Great North Run for Alopecia UK because its a charity close to my heart.
I have been given a wonderful opportunity to do the legendary great north run half marathon and raise some funds for alopecia uk who support one of my friends family whose lives are affected by alopecia everyday.
My mum is someone that's struggled with Alopecia since my sister and I were very little, so for the last 17 or 18 years and so I've been on the front line for how it can affect many different facets of men and women's lives.
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because its a charity that impacts people who are very important to me.
Fundraising page donations for Christmas.
My sponsored head shave is to raise awareness and support for those who have been affected by this terrible autoimmune disease!!!
We are fundraising for Alopecia UK to help in supporting those affected by Alopecia. Sarah has lived with Alopecia since she was 15 and understands how important the work is that Alopecia UK do in supporting and advocating for the Alopecia community.
Shaving my head for Alopecia UK (any amount is enough!)
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because its a charity close to my heart.
Kath is fundraising for Alopecia UK with the help of her school because she wants to raise awareness of alopecia.
I know first hand just how devastating it can be to lose your hair however the support & understanding from others within the charity is incredible and I want everyone to be able to have access to this support and to find friends who understand the journey you are on.
I am running the Chicago Marathon this October to raise funds for AlopeciaUK, which is a charity close to mine & my families hearts.
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK to raise awareness of alopecia and raise funds for a charity close to my heart.
September is Alopecia awareness month, a month I never thought I'd be celebrating but as many of you will know my alopecia journey massively affected me back in 2021. It took some time for me to realise that I have alopecia but it does not have me.
We are fundraising for Alopecia UK because its a charity close to our heart.