Help Us Keep Kids with Alopecia Free at CAP Kid Camps and Alopeciapalooza
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I am reaching out on behalf of the Children’s Alopecia Project. We are urgently seeking support from CAP Kid alumni, mentors, and adults with alopecia who have had firsthand experiences with alopecia.
As we approach the end of the year, we are facing significant financial challenges that may compromise our ability to continue providing free programs and camps for kids with alopecia. These events, such as Alopeciapalooza and all CAP kid camps, have allowed children dealing with alopecia to connect, learn, and gain confidence.
2023 has been hard on us because of the after-effects of 2020. In October, “The Chronicle of Philanthropy” reported that charitable giving in 2023 is at its lowest since they’ve been reporting on it.
We understand the struggles and emotional toll that alopecia can have on children and their families, which is why we are committed to maintaining these vital programs. However, without the generous contributions of individuals like yourself, we may be forced to scale back or cancel camps/events in 2024.
We kindly ask you to consider donating to the Children’s Alopecia Project before the year’s end. Your contribution will directly impact the lives of children with alopecia, allowing them to embrace their unique beauty, gain peer support, and build lifelong friendships. Together, we can create a sense of belonging and empowerment for these remarkable kids.
Please make your donations at Annual Cap Kid Appeal or Venmo @CapCares. I appreciate any help you can provide. No matter the amount, every contribution makes a significant difference and will be greatly appreciated; please do not hesitate to let others know about us and ask them to do the same.
Thank you for taking the time to read this email and for considering supporting our cause. Your generosity will bring hope and smiles to children with alopecia and their families.
Jeff Woytovich, Founder
“Changing the emphasis from growing hair to growing confidence, building self-esteem, providing support and raising awareness of hair loss due to all forms of Alopecia.”