Selfless sisters go for the chop to help kids with cancer

Selfless sisters go for the chop to help kids with cancer

Selfless sisters Izzy and Poppy Kisby have proved they’re as beautiful on the inside as they are on the outside by having their luscious locks bobbed to help kids with cancer.

The Witchford sisters, aged eight and four, braved the chop at Fresh Approach Hairdressers on Saturday.

The hair has been donated to Little Princess Trust, which provides real hair wigs free of charge to children and young people who’ve lost their own hair through cancer treatment and other illnesses.
Mum Estelle Kisby told Spotted in Ely she was “so proud of them both”.
Izzy and Poppy decided to donate their hair to charity after reading about another little girl who’d undergone a similar act of kindness.

As well as donating the hair for wigs, the family is collecting sponsorship for the charity, as well as giving a percentage of money to The Rackham C of E Primary School, where Izzy is a pupil, and the pre-school, which Poppy attends.
They’ve set up a crowd funding page, with almost half of their £500 goal already raised, and set up collection boxes at the school, preschool and the village post office.

Estelle said: “I would just like to say a big thank you to Steve at Witchford’s Fresh Approach Hairdressers who cut the girls’ hair for free for the charity.
“He did a super job and the girls are really pleased with their new bobbed hairstyles.”

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