MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
The Quarantine Hair Share Promise
Our hair has continued to grow while we home quarantine and social distance these past few months. By donating our hair to those in need, we can make our first post-quarantine haircuts more meaningful, and bring a bit of joy and positivity to 2020.
HOW IT WORKS
Make your Hair Share Pledge.
Visit your salon.
Donate to someone in need.
|Charity||Hair we Share||Children with Hair Loss|
|Recipients||Children & Adults who can't afford wigs||Children who can't afford wigs|
|Min. Length||8 inches or longer||8 inches or longer|
|Limitations||Hair cannot be highlighted or bleached but can be dyed (natural colors)
Gray hair is accepted
|Non-chemically treated hair is preferred but any hair in good condition is accepted |
Gray hair is accepted
|Location||4 EXPRESSWAY PLAZA, SUITE LL14, ROSYLN HEIGHTS, NY 11577||12776 DIXIE HWY, SOUTH ROCKWOOD, MI 48179 734-379-4400|
HAIR SHARE STORIES
You Can Also Support Our Hair Donors This Way:
Donate $25 and Receive this Commemorative Face Mask
Did you know that it costs $1000+ to make a wig? COVID19 has put many charities in dire situations, your support is tremendously helpful in keeping them going. Proceeds go to our 501(c)(3) non-profit partner Hair We Share who makes 100% free wigs for children as well as adults who can’t afford them.
Let’s create something positive we can all remember the year 2020 by!
What is Quarantine Hair Share?
Quarantine Hair Share (QHS) is a completely volunteer-based grassroots movement to get hair donations to those in need. Most of us have a headstart on growing out our hair after home quarantining over the past few months. We figured, why not grow it out a bit more and donate it? The Quarantine Hair Share Promise allows both first-time and long-time hair donators to share their commitment to helping others during this difficult time.
How did it start?
Joyce and Jen were complete strangers who met just a few weeks ago on a women-in-tech forum. A few months into home quarantine, Joyce posted a request for people to grow and donate their first post-quarantine haircut. The simplicity and potential impact of Joyce’s ask really resonated with Jen. They had a virtual meeting the very next day, and came away with a mission to grow this single post into a much larger movement.
We’ve since connected with previous hair donators, wig recipients, and other tech volunteers from Greece to California. We are excited that so many have already made the Hair Share Promise, and extremely grateful to those who are spreading the word!