16 Year Old Hailey Has Donated Over Five Feet of Hair Way to Grow! From age six, Hailey Coates, figured out a way that she could be kind to others every minute of her life. Now, at age 16, Hailey has donated over 5 feet of hair in her lifetime. Hailey’s journey began when she […]
Frequently Asked Question About Donating Hair Donating to Wigs for Kids allows you to bring smiles to children all across the United States. Before beginning that process, it’s normal to be curious about what we stand for, how to donate hair properly, and what happens to your hair after donating. Question 1: Are wigs provided […]
Growing out your hair is a long term commitment and Wigs for Kids knows that each donation given was grown with love and the inspiration to make a difference. See how these Wigs for Kids supporters were inspired to give, wowing us with their long donation lengths! Are you currently growing your hair out for […]
How One Boy Made A Differnce By Growing His Hair Kids all across the United States rise to the challenge of growing out their hair to donate to Wigs for Kids. Layne, a young Texan, wanted to make a difference, and began growing out his hair August of 2016. Watch as he shares why he […]
Hair loss does more than affect the outer appearance of a child. The effects go much deeper, changing their self-confidence and creating boundaries on what they feel they can participate in in their life. Wigs for Kids helps these children by giving them the opportunity to look themselves and live their lives.
Charlotte and her mother rose to the challenge of donating their long hair in support of helping others. It takes 20 to 25 ponytails to make each wig, and these two are halfway there with their generous donation. For more information on how you can donate, please visit https://www.wigsforkids.org/donate-your-hair/
Melody received a diagnosis of alopecia at three years old. She lost a lot of hair, so her family applied for her first wig from Wigs for Kids. Melody loved the wig, but soon she didn’t need it because her hair started to grow back. At the start of kindergarten, Melody had a head of […]
Do you want to connect with other Wigs for Kids supporters? Share your hair donation stories and pictures, as well as share in others’ experiences, on the Wigs for Kids hair donation Community Page on Facebook.
Growing out your hair is a long-term commitment. Once you have reached your goal length (we recommend hair donations of 14+ inches to make the most impact), finding where to donate your hair—at a salon that can cut it correctly—is your next step.