Girl, 4, Donates Her Hair to Make Wigs for Children with Cancer

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Evie-Leigh, aged 4, donates her long hair to make wigs for kids with cancer

We always teach our children to be thoughtful and to share but not many kids would go as far to help others as kind-hearted, Evie-Leigh Austin.

On learning that some children with cancer lose their hair, this adorable  four-year-old from Burnley had 14 inches cut off her long, blonde hair, insisting it be donated to The Little Princess Trust.

Evie-Leigh was adamant the charity, which helps children deal with hair loss from cancer treatment, should use her hair to make wigs for young cancer-sufferers.

Her proud mum, Sarah-May, explained how her daughter - whose favourite film is Disney's Tangled, a modern take on the Rapunzel fairytale - wanted "to make the poorly girls smile and feel like a princess".

In addition to donating her own hair (before and after pictures, shown here), Evie-Leigh has also raised enough money for the charity to enable them to provide wigs for another three sick children.

The Belgravia Centre is a proud supporter of The Little Princess Trust. To find out more about the charity and how to donate your hair, visit their website: www.littleprincesses.org.uk 


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Posted by Jonny Harris

In this article: Hair Loss