The Virtual Alopeciapalooza Family Challenge Since we can’t be together this year in Maine for Alopeciapalooza, we thought it would be fun to do a virtual camp experience. We focused on our great speakers with virtual talks to replace Calipalooza and CAP Kid Camp Wisconsin. But now we’re ready for something a little different to
Visit www.Facebook.com/ChildrensAlopeciaProject at the time you want to watch live! Listen to the presentation and then you can type your questions for your speaker. Be sure to share with other families living with alopecia.
Since Calipalooza is canceled and will be rescheduled we will have the first CAP Kid Virtual Camp from Friday, 4/24 to Sunday 4/26! So standby for more info. I will be finalizing things this week. #CapKidVirtualCamp This COVID-19 virus has put a damper on so much in our society and we all need to be
What to do in the land of isolation? I hope you are all having fun locked away in your own personal biosphere of safety and calm. Also known as being in your own habitat of cabin fever! CAP Kid Camp Florida and Texas were hits! Thank you, Marlina Rogers, for speaking at Florida and Chad
Every year since 2009 Alopeciapalooza has been the premiere camp in the entire world for children with alopecia and their family. We have been successful in letting all attendees feel normal because they are. They're also different and that is normal. We have complimented this camp with five other camps annually; Calipaooza in Malibu, California,
The Annual CAP Kid Appeal CAP is here to build self-esteem, provide support and raise awareness. It's that simple! Thank you….We are so grateful for the incredible generosity of our supporters, both local and national. This little non-profit that started in my spare bedroom has grown into an international organization that helps children with alopecia
People you see as broken records will continue to promote their passions and purpose on earth because sometimes people hear it and react but mostly, they don't. It's at these times when people with purpose say it again because to them, to me, there must be a reason for all those crickets chirping in the