Please send this video on to help gain exposure for such an amazing cause. AND THE WIGS ARE GIVEN TO THE CHILDREN FOR FREE!!! This is a non-profit organisation.
Website link: www.wigs4kids.org/contact_us.html
This video is dedicated to the memory of Mindi Lou.
A special thanks to Darren Lawson for allowing me to use his beautiful song. www.youtube.com/watch
Please, PLEASE send this video on to help. Re-tweet, post it on facebook, share with your friends on You Tube. It ALL helps!!
(I have pasted the FAQ from the Wigs4Kids website bellow so you can read it if you have any questions)
Wigs 4 Kids helps children who struggle to deal with the social acceptance often based on their physical appearance. Thank you for considering donating your hair to Wigs 4 Kids.
1. We accept 10 minimum hair length (tip to tip), however longer lengths are appreciated.
2. Hair needs to be clean, and thoroughly dry. Please bundle hair in a ponytail or braid before having it cut. After it has been cut please place in a plastic bag.
3. Layered hair may be divided into multiple ponytails and then cut.
4. Hair may not be colored or chemically damaged (if unsure, ask your stylist).
5. You may pull curly hair straight to measure the minimum 10.
6. Wigs 4 Kids accepts hair from all ages.
7. Hair that was cut years ago is not usable.
8. Hair swept off the floor is not acceptable.
9. Wigs 4 Kids does not accept wigs, falls or synthetic hair.
10. PLEASE NOTE: Anyone may cut your hair as long as the above guidelines are followed.
The majority of all hair donated comes from children who wish to help other children.
Questions about Hair Donations
Will my ponytail make a wig?
It takes approximately 12 ponytails to create a wig.
Can I be certain that my hair will be used to make a wig?
The manufacturers make the selection based on several production criteria.
How does your hair become their hair?
Step One: A donor with clean dry hair secures it into a ponytail or braid, then cuts it. A minimum of 10 inches of hair is needed.
Step Two: The hair undergoes chemical processing at a science lab. This special treatment prepares and sanitizes hair properly.
Step Three: A hackle is used to carefully blend and direct the hair from root to end. Natural hair is a blend of many colors.
Step Four: One ponytail makes up only about 1/10 of the finished hairpiece. A blend of six to eight ounces of hair in varying shades of color ensures the natural look and feel of the child's wig.
Step Five: A plaster mold is made of the child's head.
Step Six: Once the mold is set, a liquid form is poured into the mold and allowed to dry. When the form and the mold are separated from one another, a cap that fits the size of the resulting cast is made. This cap serves as the foundation of the hairpiece. Because the child who wears the hairpiece will likely swim, shower, and sleep with it on. The design of this foundation is carefully considered and the materials from which it is made are carefully selected.
Step Seven: Each strand of hair is hand-tied. The hair is now designed for the child's request.
Disclaimer: Just because I know I'm going to get some miserable git accusing me of this NO I AM NOT GETTING PAID TO DO THIS!!! I did this because believe it or not I like to put a bit of light in someone's life.... It makes me feel good and that's the ONLY reason I did it.