Sarah donates her hair to help make wigs for children fighting cancer

A model poses at the event in the Gardyne Theatre.
A model poses at the event in the Gardyne Theatre.

A 22-year-old woman recently diagnosed with cancer has donated her hair to a charity that makes wigs for children with the illness.

Sarah Robertson had her hair cut on stage at the Face of Freedom fashion show for Maggie’s on Sunday in the Gardyne Theatre.

Sarah will have to go through chemotherapy but she decided to donate her hair before she loses it.

“My hair is my pride and joy,” she said.

“It will be donated to The Little Princess Trust.”

Sarah’s campaign can be found at justgiving.com/Sarah-Robertson14.

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