Wig Wednesday is coming – Get Involved

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Support Kiwi kids with cancer this Wig Wednesday!

Every week in Aotearoa, three kids are diagnosed with cancer. The treatment these children undergo often means they need to brave the world with no hair.

Your school can show your support for these children and their whānau by joining us for Wig Wednesday this September!

Getting involved is fun and easy. Students and teachers can simply wear their favourite wig, style a funky hairdo or even shave their head, all while raising money for Child Cancer Foundation. It works perfectly when combined with a mufti day, where everyone brings a gold coin donation!

The national event date is Wednesday 7 September 2022, but you can choose any date that works for you – let’s get wiggy!

Talk to your teacher and get your school signed up today at wigwednesday.org.nz

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Laci
Laci
August 8, 2022 11:08 am

Some kids that are diagonsed with cancer maybe could be lying because it is pretty populer so thay maybe want to get attenitoin

coolman (aka Ryan Tam from Point View School)
coolman (aka Ryan Tam from Point View School)
August 11, 2022 5:30 pm

if you pretend to be diagnosed with cancer you would have to shave your head, why would anyone do this

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