Cassidy donates hair


Contributed Photos Four-year-old Neveah Faith Cassidy from Cordova cut off eight inches of her hair and donated it to Children with Hair Loss. Neveah talked about donating her hair after seeing some children at Duke University Children’s Hospital. Her parents, Charlie and Autumn, waited for one year before cutting Neveah’s hair Thursday. Even after cutting her hair, Neveah still has enough to put it in ponytails.


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Four-year-old Neveah Faith Cassidy from Cordova cut off eight inches of her hair and donated it to Children with Hair Loss. Neveah talked about donating her hair after seeing some children at Duke University Children’s Hospital. Her parents, Charlie and Autumn, waited for one year before cutting Neveah’s hair Thursday. Even after cutting her hair, Neveah still has enough to put it in ponytails.

Contributed Photos Four-year-old Neveah Faith Cassidy from Cordova cut off eight inches of her hair and donated it to Children with Hair Loss. Neveah talked about donating her hair after seeing some children at Duke University Children’s Hospital. Her parents, Charlie and Autumn, waited for one year before cutting Neveah’s hair Thursday. Even after cutting her hair, Neveah still has enough to put it in ponytails.
http://www.yourdailyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Hairgirl1.jpgContributed Photos Four-year-old Neveah Faith Cassidy from Cordova cut off eight inches of her hair and donated it to Children with Hair Loss. Neveah talked about donating her hair after seeing some children at Duke University Children’s Hospital. Her parents, Charlie and Autumn, waited for one year before cutting Neveah’s hair Thursday. Even after cutting her hair, Neveah still has enough to put it in ponytails.

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