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Hair today, gone tomorrow

Hannah before (above) and after (below left) she had her hair cut off.

Hannah before (above) and after (below left) she had her hair cut off.

SO MANY young people these days seems to think the world revolves around them, but not little Hannah Jeans.

The Barrhead youngster has had a sizable chunk of hair cut of for the Make-A-Wish Foundation after noticing children with no hair on holiday.

When the seven-year-old realised children lost their hair due to ill health and treatment, she said she wanted these children to be happy.

Proud mum, Kirsten, said: “Hannah was so excited to have her hair cut for Make-A-Wish.

“Having a big haircut is nothing compared to what children go through during treatment for life-threatening conditions.

“Hannah wanted to make these children smile again by raising money to grant more wishes.”

There are around 20,000 children and young people in the UK fighting a life-threatening condition.

In 2014 the Foundation wants to grant more than 1,000 wishes and are trying to raise £7 million to do this.

Kirsten continued: “Hannah initially wanted to raise £500, but we are now on target to raise around £1,350.

“Make-A-Wish do fantastic work and Hannah is thrilled with the generosity shown by everyone donating.

“We encourage everyone to support this wonderful charity.”

The Make-A-Wish Foundation receives no government funding or lottery grants and relies solely on the generosity of the public.

To view Hannah’s video click https://youtube.com/watch?v=q8trkihd_sQ&feature=youtun.be

To support Hannah, please visit her website http://www.justgiving.com/HannahJeans/2

And to donate to the Foundation, click http://make-a-wish.org.uk or text WISH013 to 70070 to donate £3.

 

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