January 22nd, 2020 by Chassin
Please take action TODAY to make the most of this inspiring moment for all of us living with AA.
Photo Credit: MSNBC
THANK YOU for joining Bald Girls Do Lunch in celebrating Massachusetts Representative Ayanna Pressley. And, expanding our work to support more girls and women living with AA.
It’s a beautiful step forward for awareness, acceptance, and the Bald Girls community.
December 6th, 2019 by Christie Elizondo
Thea Chassin (middle) with two European researchers for GRIDD: Global Research on the Impact of Dermatological Disease. Ms Chassin is the founder and CEO of Bald Girls Do Lunch.
Memo to: Awesome Bald Girls Do Lunch community
Your voices about life with alopecia areata, the ‘voice of the patient’, gains influence in today’s dermatology research. Your participation is the backbone of Bald Girls Do Lunch. You tell us what impacts you most.
“The candor and sheer guts of the BGDL community was top of my mind,” reports Thea Chassin.
November 2nd, 2019 by Chassin
Shannon’s Story from Concert Pharmaceuticals, Inc on Vimeo.
You’re not alone if you’re wondering how do I cope with alopecia areata knowing there’s no alopecia cure? One way to feel supported is right here: watching and reading personal stories — people like yourself living with alopecia.
Watch Shannon’s heartfelt story: how she talks to herself and to others.
We thank Concert Pharmaceuticals for including our Bald Girls ambassador, Shannon, in their patient web portal for alopecia areata at ConcertPharma.com/patients/
November 27th, 2018 by Chassin
Your gift gives custom alopecia hats designed by Bald Girls Do Lunch to women in need.
November 26th, 2018 by Chassin
Shop for Cyber Monday and automatically donate to Bald Girls Do Lunch Inc when you shop at smile.amazon.com/ch/20-8649864. #AmazonSmile #StartWithaSmile
October 30th, 2018 by Chassin
Through Nov 2, AmazonSmile is donating 5% (ten times the usual amount) to Bald Girls Do Lunch Inc when you shop at smile.amazon.com/ch/20-8649864. #AmazonSmile #StartWithaSmile
October 22nd, 2018 by Chassin
You’ve heard first hand how disruptive an alopecia areata diagnosis can be. The shock, anxiety and shame can send women into hiding from social activities, even some types of work. Like Shirley…