Nathan McGinty Donates Hair To Make Wig For Child Cancer Sufferers

18 year old Nathan McGinty is frantically growing his hair, so he can have it all cut off in May and donate it to a charity that makes wigs for children who have lost their hair after cancer treatment.

Readers may remember last year that nine year old Charlie Brett had her locks cut off an donated to the Little Princess Trust.

Nathan McGintyWe hear that another Islander is planning to do the same later this year, but this time it’s a lad.

Eighteen year old Nathan McGinty from Cowes is currently willing his hair to grow as quickly as possible.

He plans to have it all cut off in May and donate the hair to the charity that makes wigs for children who’ve lost their hair due to chemotherapy and other treatments for cancer.

Show your support
Nathan also hopes to raise £500 for the charity at the same time.

Why not pop over to Nathan’s JustGiving page to show your support.

Find out more about the Little Princess Trust

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Tuesday, 7th February, 2012 2:57pm

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