Zoe’s losing her locks for cancer research – The Sunshine Coast Daily

Posted: August 12, 2017 at 4:44 am

A 10-year-old Buderim girl with a heart of gold will have her beautiful long locks cut off on Monday to make a difference in the lives of those affected by cancer.

Zoe Earp’s pledge to cut her hair is part of Cancer Council Queensland’s Do It For Cancer campaign, inviting people to do whatever they can to raise funds and make a difference.

Zoe’s hair is longer than her waist and she will have it cut on Monday at 11am by Sam Rizzo from Buderim salon Heads in the Cloud,in the junior primary quad at Matthew Flinders Anglican College.

Zoe said her motivation for the drastic haircut was simple and her dedication strong.

“My Pa died from Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and I’d like to honour him by raising money for Cancer Council, she said.

“I am cutting my very long hair and donating it to the Princess Charlotte Alopecia Foundation, thereby supporting two amazing causes.

Zoe’s mother, Julie Earp, said she was incredibly proud of her daughter

“She decided on what charity to donate to all on her own, choosing Cancer Council so the funds could help as many people as possible, Ms Earp said.

“We are grateful for the school for letting Zoe have her hair cut there and sharing her fundraising page on Facebook and to Sam for coming to the school on his day off to cut Zoe’s hair.

Zoe has already raised more than $2890 for Cancer Council Queensland.

To support her fundraising, visit her page at everydayhero.com.

To register for Do It For Cancer, visit http://www.doitforcancer.com.au or call 1300 656585.

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Zoe’s losing her locks for cancer research – The Sunshine Coast Daily

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