FOX 2 – A Mount Clemens firefighter places his life on the road every single day, however now could be donating his hair for an additional nice trigger.
Josh Ringstad and some of his pals received their heads shaved in a cut-a-thon to donate to Maggie’s Wigs 4 Youngsters of Michigan.
“Final 12 months when barbershops closed down I went three or 4 months with out getting a haircut once I was used to getting a hair reduce each month,” he mentioned. “I usually maintain it fairly brief, so after the retailers opened again up, I used to be sitting with my spouse one evening and we began speaking that it might be actually cool to develop my hair out for wigs for youths.”
So Josh did some analysis and located he needed to have his hair a minimal of seven inches.
Maggie’s Wigs 4 Youngsters was began by Maggie Varney in 2003 primarily based in St. Clair Shores. It is mission is to supply wigs and help to youngsters ranging in age from 3 years outdated to 18 who expertise hair loss.
“We assist youngsters with most cancers, alopecia, we additionally work with burn survivors,” mentioned Jennifer Fisher.
Mount Clemens firefighter Josh Ringstad
Within the final 18 years of Maggie’s Wigs 4 Youngsters, over 5,000 youngsters in our state have benefited.
If you want to know extra, go to www.wigs4kids.org/