Eight-year-old St Albans girl helps children with cancer
- Credit: Sam Campagna
A St Albans girl has braved the scissors to donate her locks to children with cancer.
Luella Campagna, 8, has had her very
long hair cut into a bob and now has a big smile on her face, knowing she has made a difference to others.
She said: "I decided to cut my hair so that children with cancer can have hair like everyone else - but as a wig."
The hair will be given to Little Princess Trust and made into a wig for a child who has hair loss due to cancer. The charity provides this service free of charge to many children and young people thanks to donations like this one.
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She has set up a fundraising page for the charity and has so far raised £370.
Her dad, Sam, who owns several barber shops said: "I am so so proud of Luella. As a barber I know how significant hair is to people and what a difference this will make to a child who can benefit from it."
To support Luella go to www.justgiving.com/fundraising/luella-campagna
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