Angel Hair For Kids is always accepting your donations, monetarily big and small, and the twelve inch length of all kinds of hair locks.
Dan got the urge back in August when the temperatures of the summer heat was ridiculous. I was trying to wait for December so that I would have that extra inch of hair that would allow a better ponytail for work. Oh well, the mop will grow and by December I will still have the length I was wanting. I haven't had my hair this short since I was in my twenties. I hear I look ten years younger and but not thirty years younger. Dan, I think looks just as handsome with short hair as he did with the long. What I do notice with our heads together, my red bits are now out numbered by white.
We would like to challenge you to go get a hair cut from any barber / hair person of your choosing. Have twelve inches of clean dry hair cut off, braid it (best to braid the hair before the cut), put it in a ziplock bag (if you are not sure how dry the hair is just let it sit out for a few days before sealing the ziplock bag), add some money to a padded or bubble lined envelope, add the Hair Donation Form with a note added if the hair is dyed and mail it to Angel Hair For Kids, 3034 Palstan Road, Suite 301, Mississauga, ON L4Y 2Z7
Please follow the hair donation guidelines. Yes they do take white or grey hair. The only hair they do not like is permed or over processed hair. They will also take hair that you have coloured beyond the natural shades. Please make note on the Donation Form if the hair is dyed.
I should also mention that if you have no hair of your own to give, and you are still wanting to give something, your money is good. It takes ten ponytails and one thousand dollars to make a single wig.
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