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Re: OT- donating hair


Same here...I have donated my hair to Locks of Love.  My hair used to be almost to the waistline of my jeans.  And when I got tired of it, I cut a bunch of it off and the hairdresser sent it off to Locks of Love for me.
  

Judy Browning <judylee@lewiston.com> wrote:
  My daughter & little granddaughter (6) donated to Locks of Love. 
Headmaster's students here give free haircuts on Tuesdays to anyone who has 
at least 6 inches to donate.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Theresa W" 
To: 
Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2007 8:25 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] OT- donating hair


>I have several friends who have donated their hair to Locks of Love and 
>were happy with them.
> http://locksoflove.org/
>
> Hope this helps-
> How long is your hair?
> Theresa
>
> Donna wrote:
>> I am curious if any of you have donated hair or know someone who has for 
>> the American Cancer Society? What I would like to know is if you/they 
>> felt they gave it to a worthwhile organization and which one.
>>
>> My hair is currently waist length. Don't bother to ask why I haven't 
>> gotten around to cutting it off, but it seems to be growing like a weed. 
>> I have an easy 11 inches I am planning on cutting off and no I don't dye 
>> my hair.
>> What I would like to do is donate my hair to the cancer society so they 
>> can make a wig for someone who needs it. Of course my family thinks I am 
>> nuts, but that never stopped me before.
>> I realize that someone is going to make money on my donation, and as 
>> long as it is within the labor/materials to produce the wig I don't have 
>> a problem with that. I do have a problem with me donating it to the 
>> wrong place and they getting rich on it. My concept is a gift to help 
>> others that need it.
>> I wrote via the american cancer society web site but haven't heard back. 
>> I know I need to give them more time, but now that I decided to do this, 
>> I want to get on with it.
>> Thanks for any help, feel free to contact me on or off list.
>> Donna
>>
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