Annual CAP Kid Appeal
Changing the emphasis from growing hair to growing confidence.
Thank you for your continued support of the Children’s Alopecia
Project. Today CAP is helping children with alopecia across the country and
around the world through Alopeciapalooza, Calipalooza, CAP Kid Camps, the CAP2U
Speaking Tour, CAP Kid Library Program, and CAP Kid Groups. It is difficult to
put into words what it means to me to see the transformation that occurs in a
CAP Kid after attending a camp or having me speak to his or her school. And I
couldn’t do it without your support!
In 2019 we held Alopeciapalooza for the second time in Naples, ME, Calipalooza in Malibu, CA, as well as regional camps in North Carolina, Ohio, Washington State and Colorado. In 2020, we will complete the same cycle of Paloozas, and camps and add three new camps in Texas, Florida, and Wisconsin. I continued the CAP2U Speaking Tour in 2019, visiting 78 schools in 46 states including Hawaii, and donating over 300 books about alopecia and self-esteem to the schools where I spoke. Additionally, with the support of our group co-leaders, I continue to manage over 50 CAP Kid Support Groups around the world.
Here’s how you can help CAP to continue our mission:
Donate $100 – Give library books about alopecia to schools where I speak.
Donate $500 - Send 2 children with alopecia to CAP Kid Camp, Calipalooza or Alopeciapalooza.
Sponsor $1000 - Send 4 children with alopecia to CAP Kid Camp, Calipalooza or Alopeciapalooza. We will display your logo or listing on all registration pages.
Please use the enclosed envelope to mail in a check made payable to “CAP” or use any major credit card at www.CapKidAppeal.org or if you prefer to spread your gift out over time, please consider giving a recurring monthly payment. For example, $21 a month for 12 months will send 1 kid to camp, or even $9 a month will support our Library Program. All donations are appreciated.
Thank you for your continued support, which allows CAP to continue its purpose of growing self-esteem in CAP kids, one child at a time.