My plan was to grow my hair out after the first donation several years ago then cut and donate again. Sometimes the best-laid plans don’t happen or take a bit longer than expected. But I’m on board now and am grateful for my healthy hair being able to help one or more people out (kids, in this case) with their hair-loss issues.
Click on any of the organizations listed below to be taken to their perspective websites. Information on donating is there along with any and all requirements. In some cases it doesn’t matter if your hair has been dyed—or is gray—so don’t let anything stop you if you want to donate.
|Jax seems to like the new haircut|
|Quincy doesn’t seem to care|
For more information, see:
- Growing a Donation: Hair for Locks of Love (my 2009 donation)
- CWHL (Children With Hair Loss)
- Locks of Love
- Pantene’s Give Beautiful Lengths (*Updating this article, I found out hair donations will no longer be accepted after December 31, 2018. Click on the link for more information.)