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.
Alopecia UK is working to improve the lives of those affected by all types of hair loss.
For the first time in Brighton, Alopecia UK will be facilitating a team of ‘Apatchy Warriors’ to take on the exciting Brighton Color Rush 5k obstacle course on Saturday 25th July 2020.
A team of brave 'Apatchy Warriors' are taking part in the gruelling 12k Tough Mudder Obstacle Course on Saturday 19th September 2020 in aid of Alopecia Awareness Month.
It's our 15th birthday in 2020!
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.
A lot of you will be aware that I began running a lot during lockdown. I’ve decided to run my first ever event fundraising for Alopecia UK to commemorate (probably not the right word) living 5 years with alopecia.
I would like to fundraise for you because my mum has alopecia and don’t want her to feel alone and would like to help the aid of research.
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. My wife currently supports a local group in South Wales so I know how much this means to all of them
Late last year, my mam was diagnosed with scarring alopecia. In support of her, I am raising money by shaving my head.
I have had Alopecia since I was 5 years old
My cousin Katrina has Alopecia and I wanted to raise money to support this charity and donate my hair to be made into a wig for children who suffer from hair loss.
My aim is to raise funds for Alopecia UK to raise awareness of the condition and also help with funding into research.
I lost most of my hair last year and want to raise some money to help other people that are suffering with Alopecia.
Alopecia UK have been an incredible support to our family for many years and we want to help them to continue to do the amazing work they do in improving the lives of those with Alopecia.
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because its a charity close to my heart. My little boy, Harrison who is 8 years old has recently been diagnosed with Alopecia. Harrison is coping amazingly well and we are so proud of him but we would like to do something to raise awareness and money for Alopecia UK.
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK to raise awareness and show support to those affected by Alopecia.
Mum was diagnosed with alopecia and I want to raise money and shave all my hair off for the charity
I’m running the Hackney Half Marathon 2020 on May 17th! I want to use this opportunity to try and raise as much as I can for Alopecia UK. There is no known cure for alopecia and Alopecia UK provide much needed support, awareness and research.
It’s a huge milestone for Alopecia UK next year, although I’ve only been with the charity for a year in 2020, I have supported AUK for much longer and been lucky enough to see the amazing work the charity does. As a staff team we have so many ideas about how we can grow bigger and better and in 2020 we are all taking on some personal challenges to mark 15 years of Alopecia UK.
It's Alopecia UK's 15th Birthday, what better reason to take part in series of challenges!
It's Alopecia UK's 15th Birthday, what better reason to take part in a series of challenges!
We are celebrating our 15th birthday at Alopecia UK HQ, which only means one thing. It's time to take on some challenges!
Marking 10 years of having alopecia and Alopecia UK's 15th birthday with a series of personal challenges
I am setting myself a series of challenges to raise funds for Alopecia UK to mark both my 25 year anniversary with alopecia as well as the charity's 15th Birthday.