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Annaliah has been sick and struggling so we stepped in to make sure she is comfortable with a new wig
Annaliah’s MOM “Jennifer said”:
“Thank you for your patience. Here is a photo of our pretty girl enjoying her wig. Thank you for all your doing for these children. You’re a blessing to many I’m sure.”
We want to make sure kids can get donated or gifted hairpieces, so they can experience the self-esteem they deserve.
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Children’s Hair Loss Needs is the brainchild of Peggy Knight. She experienced hair loss beginning at age 14. Remembering how devastating that experience was and how cruel some kids can be, she knew she didn’t want other children to experience the same things. She wants to make sure kids can get donated or gifted hairpieces, so they can experience the self-esteem they deserve.
Our goal is to make sure all qualified children with hair loss receive beautiful hairpieces, know they aren’t alone and can get through this, and love themselves for who they are, hair or no hair. Through generous donations and gifted pieces, we will provide a variety of hairpieces in several sizes and over a dozen colors.
Peggy Knight’s personal experience with hair loss is her inspiration and motivation. As a teenager, Knight developed alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss and has no known cause or cure. By age 21, she had lost all of her hair. Now, decades later she is the owner of a hair replacement company. In her own words, “It touches my heart knowing the contribution from Children’s Hair Loss Needs to the children and their families extends way beyond just hair”.
Jodi Becker has been in the education field for over 25 years, working in the K-8 public school system. She has been a teacher, instructional coach, counselor, and an administrator. She is passionate about the mental health, welfare and resiliency of children. Currently, she is a school counselor in the Tempe Elementary School District.