Janey Smith donates hair to make wigs for cancer patients

Janey Smith donated her hair to Children with Hair Loss

PARSIPPANY — Janey Smith, 13, donated her hair for the fourth time in seven years.  This was her longest donation thus far, over 12 inches.  The hair is being donated to Children with Hair Loss – they make and send wigs to children suffering from hair loss free of charge.

Janey is a seventh grader at Brooklawn Middle School. Her hair was cut by Denise Mariani of @gabantigirlglam in Denville.

Janey first donated when she turned six, a kindergarten student at Littleton School. She did it in memory of her grandmother who passed away before Janey was born (she is named after her). Her grandmother lost her hair due to chemotherapy while undergoing cancer treatment.  Janey is proud to continue her donations and grew her hair extra long this time so a wig can be made for a little girl who is dreaming of having long hair.

Janey Smith donated her hair to Children with Hair Loss

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