Hair Club for Kids

This is an interesting thing that we just found out about. Did you know that the well-known Hair Clubs (yes, of the infomercial fame) have a charitable foundation for kids with hair loss? We sure didn’t. This little blurb is taken straight from their website:

In 1992, Hair Club founded a non-profit organization to provide free hair restoration for children battling hair loss as a result of illness.

Hair Club understands the importance of self-confidence at an early age. These solutions allow children the confidence to maintain an active and exciting life. We aim to use our knowledge, skill and resources to help kids everywhere experience more.

We found out about this program by reading a post from a teen with alopecia who was talking about getting her wig from them and how much she liked it. If you are interested in finding out more about their program you can link to their website here. And to the young lady who posted about her new wig, thanks a ton. You won’t ever know how many other kids you may have helped by your post.

Comments

  1. MY DAUGHTER LOSE HER HAIR,WHEN SHE WAS TWO YEARS OLD,NOW SHE IS FIFTEEN,AND STILL, SHE GOT A VERY SAD LIFE,I HOPE YOUR HELP FULFILL HER ONLY DREAM,TO HAVE HER OWN HAIR BACK ,THANKS YOU HOPE TO HEAR SOON

    • Hello Juan,
      I know this blogging has an age limit but I think if they’re is someone who has delt with this they’re whole life it helps knowing what you can possibly look forward to. I myself have hair shoulder length I am able to get hair cuts when my hair is thining out a little more but I have learned over the years where true beauty comes from. It is not weather or not you have hair I to sometimes feel depressed that my hair is not like others but this is when reality hits and you have to realize the lord made us different for reasons beyond us. Maybe mine is to help younger people feel beautiful in they’re own bodies and maybe someday they will have as much hair as I do today. If you’re daughter would like she can email me heathersbubbles14@yahoo.com
      hope to hear from her soon! Thank you god bless you and you’re family

  2. I have had Alopecia Areata since I was 3 years old I just turned 29 years old and have delt with this all of these years. I myself have learned how to maintain stress in order to keep the little hair I have on my head. If anyone ever needs someone to talk to belive me I will lend that shoulder and give the best advice I possibly can. I know how hard it is on someones self esteem going thru this myself.

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