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#ALOPECIAISFASHION

 

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Thank You Funders - The National Lottery Fund for helping us reach communities and those in need, we couldn't do what we do without funding. Do you wish to support Hair Heals Organisation or fundraise for us? Every little bit helps. CLICK DONATE

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The National Lottery Community Fund gives grants to organisations in the UK to help improve their communities

 
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 Be Active, Be Noticed, Connect, Give and Learn

Promoting Alopecia's Global Representation and Acceptance

 

SUPPORT ACTIVITIES TO PERFORMING ARTS

Breaking Barriers Through Engagement

Performing arts professionals suffering from alopecia may find it difficult to gain acceptance and some support may be needed during their careers or afterward. Hair Heals Organisation was founded in 2017 in part to provide those with alopecia with opportunities to engage in performing arts and culture. Participating in performance art together with people with and without Alopecia enables the community to accept people with all forms of Alopecia as they are and to better understand the condition. Using a combination of participatory arts and campaign programmes, we are challenging perceptions. With our charitable cause, we've invested countless hours and resources into making Hair Loss more acceptable. We hope you'll help us continue our efforts in this area. Here's how you can get involved.

CONFIDENCE, SELF-ESTEEM, SUPPORT

Less Hair, More Hair Styles

A healthy amount of self-liking and self-approval is required to deal with the mental challenges of living with Hair Loss/Alopecia. Through our classes, workshops and one-on-one mentoring, we help those with Hair Loss/Alopecia uncover and overcome these challenges. The workshops include regular guest speakers and weekly activities such as free haircuts for those living with alopecia, makeup and beauty workshops, craft workshops, and men and women's health classes. By giving generously and volunteering, you have the capacity to help us progress in our endeavour to enhance the understanding of alopecia. Learn more by contacting us.

​CAMPAIGNS AND FUNDRAISING

Innovation is changing the charity sector

Our organisation seeks to generate millions of supporters for the cause, using digital platforms, trends, and the media. The long-term goal of the organization is to provide low-income patients needing custom wigs with quality service and create a platform for Beauty Professionals and Business Owners to support a fairer society for those with alopecia, an issue that touches many lives. As a result, we spend a significant portion of our resources on campaigning so that local authorities and the community can help us combat this problem. We have an online campaign called #Alopeciaisfashion, and there is more information and ways to get involved on our website or by contacting our representatives.

Our Cause

Connect With An Organisation That Cares!

Our unique campaign programs and creative arts initiatives help those with alopecia feel more confident as well as be aware of those around them and what they are experiencing and we'd love to see you get involved. Because of her own experience of hair loss and knowing first-hand what having hair means to people in the Fashion and Performing Arts sectors, our Founder has a great passion for advocating for alopecia sufferers. By combining her experience and knowledge, Claire has the vision of advocating for change and offering hair loss support programs to people of every age to allow alopecia to be accepted by all. Learn more about the many ways you can help by volunteering or donating today.

 

"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does"

William James

 
 

Contact Us

We are a community organisation operating in Chester, Cheshire and Greater Manchester for the benefit of Cheshire, Greater Manchester residents (projects may also include the UK/global alopecia community).

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