my Breast Cancer blog

2004, age 34 — this is my story

Cancer Survivor Rebecca Needs Your Vote!


Vote right now! And thank you!

My new two-time-cancer-surviving friend Rebecca needs your vote. You see, she is trying to get a charity called Hair 4 You off the ground. It’s a great one, and the goal is that it will provide free wigs for kids and teens with medical hair loss. In order to make it all happen, though, Hair 4 You needs to become an official non-profit 501(3)c, which means Rebecca needs some funds.

No, she doesn’t want your money, just your vote (voting is absolutely free and requires only an email address and password).

So, can you pretty please stop by the Pepsi Refresh Challenge website and cast your vote for this 24-year-old, who would really love to win a $25,000 prize. Imagine what she could do to brighten the worlds of young people who just want to feel normal. And hey, you can vote once every day, so start now, then keep voting through June 30.

Rebecca thanks you.

I do, too.

Also, you should consider becoming a Facebook fan of Hair 4 You. This way, you’ll get updates on how Rebecca’s cause is coming along.

Posted under: Awareness, Hair Loss, Kids, Side Effects

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  • Thank you so much for sharing this. I will pass this link along! Losing hair is one of the more difficult aspects of living with cancer. Please help others by sharing other challenging cancer experiences in a national movement of breast cancer survivors to change the face of breast cancer care. To learn more and join go to

  • Becca on 6/10/2010 at 11:45 pm said:

    Thank you for posting and for all the support! Keep spreading the word everyone!

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