Sam Dixon

September is Alopecia Awareness Month. As many of you know, our eldest son Henry has alopecia. It started with patches over 3 years ago, and 2 years ago he lost all hair, eyelashes and eyebrows. He's currently experiencing a little regrowth ‚̧

Hair or no hair.... those who know Henry know he's the kindest and funniest kid.

We all know how smaller charities have been affected by Covid 19 and their fundraising efforts. Alopecia UK have been a great help to us all as a family. It's also their 15th birthday this year.

We have signed up to be an ‘AUK Birthday Champion’. AUK have challenged 100 ‘Birthday Champions’ to raise £150 each this month in the hope of reaching a £15,000 target to help the charity raise money for all the brilliant work that they do.

We all know how witty Henry is, so for 15 days, Henry will be sharing his very favourite jokes. 15 days.....15 jokes. I'll be recording them and sharing them on my personal Facebook page. A brilliant way to brighten up a day! (He'll be starting in a weeks time once he's settled back into school).

He would welcome the support with any donations and encouragement to his challenge.

If anyone can help them achieve this we will be extremely grateful.

Thank you ūü•į

Alopecia UK is a small charity working to improve the lives of those affected by alopecia. The charity has aims around Support, Awareness and Research.

Alopecia UK relies on the support of fundraisers and donors to continue the fantastic work it does.

Thank you for supporting Henry with his fundraising efforts. We really appreciate your support and so does Alopecia UK!

Henry, Charlie, Sam & Mike. Xx


Sam Dixon