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. Although the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot in 2020 with camps being cancelled, a much lighter CAP2U speaking tour, and postponed meetings and gatherings, CAP is still chugging along and looking to 2021, like many of us, with hope for more camps, visits, and speaking engagements.
In order to stay connected with our families in the spring and summer, CAP was able to pivot and -- thanks to our many great and very flexible mentors, volunteers and speakers -- to bring a little bit of “CAP” to hundreds of families through our virtual camps and chats.
Then in the fall, through CAP’s Coast2Coast event, the NuGo CAP Van traveled almost 10,000 miles from Reading, PA to Redding, CA and back to Reading, PA, successfully donating 376 books about Alopecia and being different to 47 CAP kids in 26 states.
I am so grateful to have been able to continue CAP’s mission of helping children with alopecia by building self-esteem, providing support and raising awareness; however, due to less awareness and exposure in 2020, more than ever before, we need your help.
Here is how you can help CAP to continue our mission:
Donate $100 – Give library books about alopecia to schools where I speak.
Donate $250 - Send a child with alopecia to Calipalooza or Alopeciapalooza.
Donate $400 - Send 2 children with alopecia to CAP Kid Camp.
Sponsor $1000 - Send 4 children with alopecia to Calipalooza or Alopeciapalooza. We will display your logo or listing on all registration pages.
Please use any major credit card at CapKidAppeal.org or if you prefer to spread your gift out over time, please consider giving a recurring monthly payment. For example, $17 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.