A Charitable Program for Kids with Hair Loss
Since 1992, Hair Club has offered free hair restoration services to children who suffer from diseases that lead to hair loss or alopecia. Hair Club for Kids is a non-profit program funded entirely by Hair Club that's available at no charge to children ages 6-17. With nearly 100 hair loss centers in the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico, this free service is accessible to every child in need.
You can reach Hair Club for Kids any time by calling our toll-free hotline at 1-(800)-269-7384.
Meet just some of the many children Hair Club for Kids was able to help.
Makenzee Meaux, 13 years old - "I am 13 years old and I have Alopecia Universalis, which is a medical condition where you lose your hair very fast. I lost all of my hair in 6 months about four years ago. It was hard at the beginning, the kids at school watched me lose my hair and many thought I had cancer. I had tried everything, from topical treatments to steroid injections, but there were side effects. I even tried wearing wigs but they were always coming off."
"Then my parents took me to Hair Club, and I currently wear a full hair system. It was a God-send to have my hair back!"
"I now like to share my story with people at school, explain what is wrong with me and that I am still the same person. I am so happy to have my hair back!"
Mikayla Hawkins, 7 years old - "I am 7 years old and I have had Alopecia Areata since I was 4. I have tried wigs before but I like to dance and do gymnastics and the hair would fall off. I also tried creams and shots but they made me feel weird. But now I can dance without worrying my hair is going to fall off."
Max Sherwood, 10 years old - "My name is Max and I have had Trichotillomania for 3 years. I used to not like going out in public but since I got my new hair from Hair Club, I feel more comfortable and now I can try out for plays and dance class. I like to tell people about what happened to my hair and how I got it back."
Hair Club for Kids works with doctors and organizations throughout North America to help children whose lives are impacted by disease and hair loss.
Here are just a few:
- American Cancer Society
- Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
- Make-A-Wish Foundation
- Ronald McDonald House Charities
- Candle Lighters Child Cancer Foundation
- UMass Medical Center (Boston, MA)
- Packard Children's Hospital (Palo Alto, CA)
- Riley's Children Hospital (Indianapolis, IN)
- Sloan Kettering Hospital (Manhattan, NY)
- The Tomorrow Fund at Hasbro Children's Hospital (Providence, RI)
- St. Jude Children's Research Hopsital
Hair Clubs's Commitment to Giving
On top of the Hair Club For Kids program, the company is fully committed to charities throughout North America. Learn more >>