Teenager raises N15m for kids with cancer by cutting his huge ‘Afro Hair’
Who knew in this life at some point, hair will be very important for that matter and life-saving.
An American teen has recently confirmed to the world that hair does not just help a number of people, especially those who fight cancer.
The Alabama teenager from Kieran Moïse at the age of 18 chose to shave off his hair, which he grew to raise funds for cancer-related children for about six years.
CNN said Kieran began to grow his hair in the eighth degree just after losing a friend to brain cancer.
According to Kieran, after seeing people give their hair to children who have lost their hair while being treated for cancer and wanted to do the same thing, he decided to move.
Kieran’s mother, Kelly Moïse, 49, shared this with CNN on the trip of her son to help cancer-affected kids.
“Kieran has always been known for his hair. It was a big part of his personality and who he was. But he has always been the most compassionate and caring person. Since he was 6 years old, he somehow had the mindset of raising money and giving it to people who need it, and that never changed.”
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