Cancer is a fight. Cancer patients have to fight it themselves. But it doesn't mean that they are in this alone. I'm a 16-year-old girl who is just trying to help out the best I can, and you can help too. Here's the deal:
My Share - One of the side effects of chemotherapy is hair loss. For a child with cancer, something seemingly as trivial as having hair is actually very important because they want to feel "normal" again. I'll shave my head and donate 40 cm of hair to the Raknroll foundation (http://www.raknroll.pl). They make wigs for children with cancer!
Your Share - Supporting children with cancer is good, but preventing cancer is even better. All of the money raised will go to the World Cancer Research Organization (https://www.worldwidecancerresearch.org).