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School girl loses locks for North London Hospice

  • Published date
    01/08/2016
  • Author
    NLH Admin
  • Category
    None

Molly Williams from Enfield went to great lengths to raise funds for the North London Hospice. Molly decided it was important that she gave something back to say thank you to everyone that looked after her auntie Nicki, who was cared for by the Hospice. Molly came up with the idea of growing her hair for two years and donating 12 inches of it to a charity that makes wigs for patients undergoing cancer treatment, whilst raising money for North London Hospice.

 

Molly said: “My Auntie Nicki was the bravest lady I know. She sadly died of cancer which made me very sad. I wanted to help the North London Hospice because they looked after her until she was ready for heaven.”

 

To date Molly has raised £1,190 for North London Hospice.

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