Donating hair for early detection

$355 of $100 goal
Given by 9 generous donors in 20 days

Intelligent, Loyal, Dependable & Empathetic. I have no doubt that dogs would love to have the chance to save our lives.


I have wanted to do something to raise funds for a charity for a long time, last year I decided that I was going to grow my hair for the purpose of donating it to charity.

Next month I shall be cutting my hair for a complete restyle, taking my long hair to a pixie cut. With my hair appointment booked I thought why not try and raise a little more awareness and money for K9 Medical Detection NZ.

My hair will be donated to Freedom Wigs for them to work their magic, to create confidence boosting hairpieces/wigs. Whilst the funds raised will be donated to K9 Medical Detection NZ, an agency working hard to bring K9 assisted medical detection to New Zealand.

Support for this charity is supporting early detection via alternative non-invasive testing for illnesses such as Cancer, literally being sniffed out by mans best friend.

Thank you for your support.

Rebecca Baumbach's involvement (page creator)

I've heard too many stories of people being diagnosed with cancer and other illnesses too late.

Having the option of non-invasive testing that could ease suffering and save lives - that is something to support.

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RL on 27 Nov 2020
Astrid, Bruce and David
Astrid, Bruce and David on 24 Nov 2020
Your hair will make a fantastic wig. Looking forward to seeing your new hairstyle.
carl on 23 Nov 2020
Good luck with the fundraising
Rebecca Baumbach

Thank you again

Rebecca Baumbach
Emma on 22 Nov 2020
Good for you Rebecca!
Rebecca Baumbach

Thank you!

Rebecca Baumbach
debb on 21 Nov 2020
Rebecca Baumbach

Thank you so much!

Rebecca Baumbach

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This page was created on 19 Nov 2020 and closed on 9 Dec 2020.