Alena and Zhalia's Giving Page

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Zhalia Speight

Total raised


+ £71.25 Gift Aid

438 Complete
438% of £150.00 target

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I'm fundraising to raise money for Cancer Research UK

Alena has been growing her hair for a little while, so that it is long enough to cut and donate at least 7 inches to The Little Princess Trust - they will use her hair to help make wigs for children who's hair has fallen out due to cancer. She would really love it if she could raise some money for Cancer Research UK for doing this, as she wants to be able to help people get better. Anyone who knows Alena knows it's quite a big deal for her as she loves her long hair, but she's excited to be able to help others :) Mummy has also agreed to do the chop with her to support her, we have booked our cuts in for 2nd February.

Latest updates


Offline money raised



Cash donations received using paper sponsorship form. Form sent in by post so CR are able to to claim gift aid from those who are eligible.


Sarah Carey



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Rachel (Harris Z)



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Well done Alena and Zhalia - the new hair cuts look fab and very worthy cause. Sorry it has taken us so long to sponsor you. Harris and family


Jenny and Mike Dimmick



+£5.00 Gift Aid

You are inspirational women.
What a great idea x


Sam Cook



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Amazing girls. Sorry for the late donation!!! Can’t wait to see pics.





+£27.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£657.00



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