Every little girl can look like a princess
A selfless Castlemilk youngster is getting the chop to raise money for a cancer charity.
Little Olivia Rodgers ( 7) is getting her hair cut and donating it to the Little Princess Trust.
She is also raising money for the charity and her total currently stands at £200.
The Little Princess Trust provides realhair wigs, free of charge, to boys and girls that have lost their own hair through cancer treatment and other illnesses.
The St Bartholomew’s Primary pupil will get her hair cut at Victoria Hair Design in Kyle Square this Saturday ( June 6).
And it’s no mean feat, as mum Siobhan (31) explains, it’s going to be quite the transformation: “Right now her hair is just past her back side, and she’ll be getting it cut to just above her shoulders.
“She’s not nervous at all though, she’s looking forward to her new look!”
Olivia got the idea while watching telly with granny Tricia.
Siobhan added: “There was a programme on about cancer suffers and how they can lose their hair.
“Olivia felt bad for them and wanted to do something.
“She wants to donate her hair to a little girl who has lost hers as she said she thinks every little girl should look like a princess. “We’re all very proud of her, she’s such a kind wee girl.”
“Right now we’ve managed to raise about £ 200 through family, friends and my work and the Justgiving page but hopefully we can raise more.”
You can donate to Olivia by visiting https://www.justgiving.com/SiobhanRodgers/
She’s not nervous at all thought, she’s looking forward to her new look
Hair today gone tomorrow Brave little Olivia Rodgers who is getting her hair cut for charity