Yesterday, I made a small donation to charity. See that picture up there on the header? It was taken about 18 months ago, when my hair was only about 3/4 of the way to my waist when straight. Yesterday, it was waist-length when pulled straight. And here’s today:
Yep. 11 inches, bundled up and clipped off in the name of a charity.
Locks of Love is a non-profit organization that provides kids suffering from medical hair loss with high quality, real hair prosthetics. They are accepting donations of any hair type at lengths of 10 or more inches. You can have the hair cut for free at many participating salons. They also accept donations of cash and shorter hair that is sold to help offset the over $1000 cost of making each hair piece.
Talk about a good use of recycling!