A Hair Raising {Pony}Tail

My gorgeous god daughter did something pretty amazing at the start of the summer. She chose to cut her hair …

… and donate the pony tail to the Little Princess Trust, a charity that provides free real hair wigs to children and young people, up to 24 years, who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment or other conditions.

She also asked family and friends to sponsor the haircut, with the hope of raising £100. In the end she raised a whopping £220, which she then donated to Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre.

We are so proud of this young lady and love her to bits.

11 thoughts on “A Hair Raising {Pony}Tail

  1. What a beautiful thing to do. My niece did exactly the same. It is so heart warming to know that young people care about others. Your god-daughter looks beautiful with her new haircut.

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  2. So awesome! She looks so cute – with long hair & with the new shorter cut! It’s such a joy to see young people striving to help others. It take quite an investment of time to grow hair that long & such a short snip to give it away to bring joy to someone else. I’ve been contemplating a cut & am inspired to research where to send it (this time). 🙂

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  3. Little Princess Trust is such a brilliant charity and it was so kind of your niece to donate her hair to them. It will make such a difference to someone who is going through their treatment and needing a confidence boost. Give her a big hug from me x

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  4. Your god daughter’s new hair cut looks lovely and to have raised so much money as well! Well done to her!
    I too did the same thing earlier this year and went for a big cut to donate my hair to LPT.

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