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Alopecia Areata: The shame and embarrassment of this disease devastates the lives of too many women and girls when treatments do not work. Since 2007 Bald Girls Do Lunch has connected with over 3,000 to restore self-confidence and conquer isolation. With requests for meet-ups in every state and beyond the USA, Bald Girls is answering the plea for women to find others for community and support. From intimate groups to style workshops to restoring her looks, BGDL puts women on the track to normalcy and living well with this disease. Learn more...



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Run Without Hair for Alopecia and Bald Girls

October 2nd, 2015 by Chassin

Running Bald
Do you run without hair? Ann is! Our very special Pennsylvania friend, photographer and beautiful Bald Girl Ann Kennard, has launched her support for Bald Girls outreach with the first Run Without Hair.

Donate today for Ann’s run to raise awareness and empower women with alopecia!

Ann

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Jenna’s Fund Hosts Breakfast in Utah

November 25th, 2014 by Chassin

Jenna Baker’s online Fundraiser for Bald Girls Do Lunch is hosting the first Draper, UT meet-up for women and girls with alopecia.

Read the full announcement here.

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Add to the fund today!

Your donations to the fund are tax-deductible contributions to the Bald Girls Do Lunch nonprofit. Tax receipts are provided.


How Your Donations Are Used

October 19th, 2014 by Chassin


VIDEO: Listen to Sandra’s Moving Testimonial of Support from BGDL (30 seconds)

Sandra’s Story

YOUR DONATIONS TODAY ENSURE THAT BGDL REACHES MORE WOMEN TO “Live Well with Alopecia”(tm)


Bald Spirit in Connecticut

October 15th, 2014 by Chassin

Meet Thea Chassin and local women with alopecia at Panera, Oct 26, 2014 6 pm. 2534 Albany Ave, West Hartford, CT

Email ahead to events@BaldGirlsDoLunch.org.

You’re never alone with alopecia and Bald Girls!

 


Introducing our New Ambassador, Jenna Baker

September 12th, 2014 by Chassin

 

 

We here at Bald Girls Do Lunch would like to do our part to spread awareness about Alopecia Areata by sharing with you the story of our newest Ambassador, Jenna Baker.  Read Jenna’s inspiring story about her experience with Alopecia and how you can help Jenna reach her goal of raising $3,000 to fund Bald Girls Do Lunch.

Read the full article here:

Introducing our New Ambassador, Jenna Baker

 

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Rebekah’s Story: A Young Girl’s Self Portrait of Alopecia

September 4th, 2014 by Chassin

 

 

Today’s blog is the second part of a two-part series about Rebekah. In this post, Rebekah discusses the origins of the self-portrait from last week and really wows me with advice I think all women with alopecia can learn from no matter your age. In the prior post, we talked with Rebekah’s mother Jenean, and hear about what it’s like for a mother to find out her little girl may be bald for her whole life.

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Rebekah’s Story: A Young Girl’s Self Portrait of Alopecia

 

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How a Mom Deals With Her Daughter’s Alopecia

August 28th, 2014 by Chassin

 

 

Today’s blog is the first part of a two-part series about Rebekah. In this post, we talk with Rebekah’s mother Jenean, and hear about what it’s like for a mother to find out her little girl may be bald for her whole life. Next week we will talk with Rebekah directly and hear her wonderful story in her own words.

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How a Mom Deals With Her Daughter’s Alopecia

 

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Gaining Comfort with Alopecia Means Talking About It

April 23rd, 2014 by Chassin

This week’s feature in the BGDL Alopecia Areata Support Network Blog. Sign up for weekly updates to see every new article.

http://blog.baldgirlsdolunch.org/gaining-comfort-alopecia-talking


In Your Words from the BGDL Mailbag

April 16th, 2014 by Chassin

Women with alopecia, you are not alone in the world and we have your comments to prove it. http://hub.am/1j1oxuZ

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