Alopecia UK is working to improve the lives of those affected by all types of hair loss.
Every year we host our big trip to Alton Towers. Help us continue to fund free tickets for this trip for children and young people with alopecia.
It's our 15th birthday in 2020!
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.
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.
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.
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.
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because of the support it provides for people with Alopecia
I am fundraising for Alopecia UK because its a charity close to my heart.
On the 6th Oct I will be running the Neil McCover Memorial Half Marathon in Kirkintilloch to raise funds for Alopecia UK, a charity close to my heart.
We are fundraising for Alopecia UK because its a charity close to our hearts as my son has alopecia and has done since he was 11 months old.
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)