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Uche Foundation

http://antiquewarehousemall.com/?p=390 The various causes of hair loss in women and children don't result in just physical suffering. The change in their appearance can drastically undermine their self-image and sabotage their self-esteem. To help heal the pain of these struggles, a mother, wife, Entrepreneur, philanthropist and Certified celebrity wig designer Ms Uche Umeagukwu discovered UCHE FOUNDATION as nonprofit charitable organization that has been serving women and children suffering from hair loss for many years.

http://pittsburgh-divorce.net/wp-login.php?redirect_to=https://pittsburgh-divorce.net/ Uche is a talented wig maker and a philanthropist, Started this foundation when she was crowned FACE OF NIGERIA beauty queen, as her pet project she created UCHE FOUNDATION to support People living with HIV/AIDS, in june 25th 2008 her mother/mentor Mrs Theresa

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Kelly July 18, 2017

Look at this darling face. It’s not hard to imagine my daughter writing, “I’m so happy!” with UCHE FOUNDATION From Kelly”s home in California, she tells us that she loves to “feel her hair on my shoulders.” After suffering through five years without her hair due to alopecia areata (an auto-immune condition),her new Locks of Love hairpiece restored her eight-year-old delight in brushing her hair. she added, “I’m happy too because I don’t have to wear a hat anymore.”

“I am so proud of my new look-I have not stopped smiling.” UCHE FOUNDATION hairpiece transformed Kelly’s life and the lives of her family. Please help UCHE FOUNDATION put smiles on 100 children’s faces this year with your generous financial and hair donations.

Brooke

“Ever since I was young, I was a swimmer, which called for short hair. However, after my swimming career ended, it was ‘hello’ to long, flowing locks. That’s how it has remained for the past four years.
UCHE FOUNDATION saw my story on a social media gave me an opportunity to help someone fit in with their peers. So after careful thought and consideration, I watched as my long-cherished hair was whacked from my head. Surprisingly, the regret I expected never surfaced. Instead, I was filled with warmth at the thought of helping those kids — even if only in a small portion of their lives. I write to donate my hair in high hopes of what it may accomplish.”

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