Locks Of Love
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Productivity Consultant - Amethyst Productivity
Posted 03 March 2012 - 05:51 PM
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The lady asked if my daughter would like to donate, then explained how it would work. She came home with a beautiful look and a big smile.
Made my day.
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Posted 23 August 2016 - 09:38 PM
I hope you get good direction. Its wonderful that you are doing this! Our son just finished chemo and is in remission. He decided to shave his head before the chemo took it from him. Our teen outreach person told us how painful it is when patients lose their hair because its out of their control....that some hold on to it as long as possible, even if just a few strands are left. The wigs are a great alternative for patients to help them feel "normal", good luck finding a place...
Posted 24 August 2016 - 07:40 AM
Okay four years later, same question. I have another 8 to 10 inches to donate. Any recent experience in Folsom? Thanks!
No experience personally, but if you go to www.locksoflove.org/get-involved/ it gives directions on how to donate yourself. It sounds like you can go anywhere to get your hair cut, but it needs to be a minimum 10 inches in the form of a braid or ponytail and not highlighted hair and some other conditions. It gives instructions on how you can mail in the donation yourself. Have you tried calling French Twist? I thought there was a little girl getting her hair cut for donation when I was in there one time.
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