Become an Angel

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Hair Matters is proud to announce its Angel Donor Program

Angel Donors generously provide support for patients suffering hair loss as a result of medical treatments. With their contributions, Angel Donors enable Hair Matters to offer critical salon and counseling services – care that studies show is vital to successful health outcomes – to patients unable to afford them.

In this season of thanksgiving and celebration, we at Hair Matters thank and celebrate the Angels who have come to the aid of our clients who need them most.

Angels show up for many reasons. They:

—Were helped by Hair Matters and know how important our care is for healthy recoveries
—Know someone who benefited from Hair Matters’ care and expertise
—Understand the struggles experienced by those in a health crisis
—Are simply Angels who appreciate Hair Matters and want to help our clients in need

You can be an Angel, too!

—Dedicate your gift to a specific client or choose to place it in the general fund/salon for future client needs
—Give your gift in honor or in memory of someone specific
—Choose a one-time donation or recurring contributions
—Choose to be listed as an Angel Donor on our website in 2021

Here’s how: Public, private, or anonymous donations may be made through our website.

Checks may be sent to:
Hair Matters, Attn. Debra Porter
102 South St., Suite 2
Biddeford, Maine  04005 

All donations are 100% tax deductible

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We want to hear from you!

If you have questions about our organization or are interested in partnering with us, please fill out our contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you!