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NEW FLYER! Bold Beanies Cancer Headwear & Chemo Clothing Accessories, Gifts & Books

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NEW FLYER! Bold Beanies Cancer Headwear & Chemo Clothing Accessories, Gifts & Books

Please contact us directly by email if you are an information & support centre, shop or charity and would like to display our new flyer. 

We are looking for charities to support by creating discount codes for patients as well as charity Bold Beanies Cancer hats with a direct donation to the charity or group.

We offer a wide range of chemotherapy hair loss hats, headscarves, head wraps and unique thoughtful & quirky gifts for a loved one or friend with cancer. 

Soft, comfy, easy to put on and stylish cotton head covers for chemo hair loss for men, ladies, teen and children having cancer treatments or non-medical Alopecia Areata. Sustainably and Ecologically Made in the UK by a Breast Cancer Survivor. 

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HeadWrappers Recommends Bold Beanies Trusted Headwear Online

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HeadWrappers Recommends Bold Beanies Trusted Headwear Online

Bold Beanies is very proud & happy to be a trusted supplier & recommended by HeadWrappers. 

HeadWrappers offers FREE support for those suffering hair loss as a result of Cancer treatments. 

Visit the online support service and join a session at many Maggie's Centres and Macmillan Cancer Information Support Centres

https://www.headwrappers.org/

This service is for anyone who has lost or is likely to lose their hair due to cancer treatment. During a HeadWrappers Appointment you can expect to:-

  • Either have a private appointment for up to one hour or a two hour group session with trained volunteers who understand the impact of losing your hair

  • Feel more confident coping with hair loss

  • Receive practical tips on caring for your hair and scalp before, during and after treatment

  • Learn how you can make the most of scarves, hats and hair pieces as an alternative to wigs

  • Learn scarf tying techniques

  • Try on a range of different headwear to see what suits you best

  • Receive your personal Wish List with detailed information on how to purchase items

  • Talk through any concerns you may have about your hair loss

  • Receive guidance and sign posting to other charities and support organisations

  • Receive your Bold Beanies Online Shop Headwear Discount Code.

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Childhood Cancer Awareness Month CCAM in September

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Childhood Cancer Awareness Month CCAM in September

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month takes place in September each year

Many children's cancer charities, mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month (CCAM) each year in September. While they work to raise awareness of childhood cancer all year round, during September they focus on increasing awareness of cancer in children, as well as the work they do to support children with cancer and their families.

The gold ribbon

The internationally recognised symbol for childhood cancer is the gold ribbon. During September, we encourage our supporters to wear a gold ribbon to help raise awareness. 

'Go Gold' for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

My daughters and 'Go Gold' each year and we, with the help of charities such as CCLG (Children's Cancer & Leukaemia Group) ask individuals, schools and workplaces across the UK to join us all during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and ‘Go Gold.’ as well... its never too late to get involved! Raising funds to support their vital work, you’ll also be helping to raise awareness of childhood cancer.

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Children with Cancer UK Charity

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Children with Cancer UK Charity

One of the most informative websites about childhood cancers in the UK... and a most wonderful charity:

https://www.childrenwithcancer.org.uk/

"The O’Gorman family was shattered when brother and sister, Paul and Jean, fell victim to cancer within nine months of each other.

Always a caring boy, Paul asked his parents, Eddie and Marion O’Gorman to promise to help other children with leukaemia. Paul died in February 1987 aged just 14 and only nine weeks after his initial diagnosis of leukaemia in 1986.

His sister Jean, despite her own battle with cancer, had started to raise funds for children with leukaemia in her brother’s memory. Jean died just nine months later that November and days after our first Ball, which Jean helped to organise.

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