In order to save you time contacting us, here are some answers to a number of Frequently Asked Questions concerning fundraising and supporting the charity.
Please click here to order one. It contains a guide and a DVD, leaflets, posters, an information sheet and a sponsor form.
Please click here to order one.
Yes. Please email email@example.com to request a new seal, if it is one of our purple pots (and not a cardboard version).
No they are too expensive to post. However, please click here to download a bucket label that you can stick onto your own one.
Yes. We receive a weekly payment that includes all the money raised for the Trust in that week from all supporters using these online facilities.
You can click on our website and donate now with a debit or credit card. It will be processed through Justgiving or MyDonate – the choice is yours depending which icon you select. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you have kindly done this.
You can also pay over the telephone using
By making sure all of your supporters that are UK tax payers provide on the sponsor form their name, their home address (not club, school, church for instance) including their postcode and that they tick the Gift Aid box on the form too.
For one-off donations, please click here to download the gift aid declaration form that we can use to claim from HMRC.
No. Please use this address for all hair donations:
Little Princess Trust
Unit B4, Dolphin Way
Yes. We are very grateful and therefore we would be delighted to send you a certificate of thanks, by email.
Yes. Please ask them to email email@example.com.
Yes. We are very keen to provide any information to support the article, though we will not release details of any family that we have helped in the past or are helping currently.
In order to discuss this, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please email email@example.com to discuss this.
No. As we are a charity, it is not appropriate that we endorse other organisations, commercial or otherwise.
This is sometimes possible, if the venue is in Hereford or very local to Hereford. As we are such a small charity, and operate with minimum staff, we do not have representatives available to travel long distances.
Yes, please download Fundraising and Hair Donation
Between 7-12″/17-30cm – However, the longer the better please – 12″/30cm+.
We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the content appearing on other organisations’ websites. Please see answer above.
Yes as long as the length of the layers is at least 7″/17cm long.
It is not necessary but on occasions hairdressers may recommend it.
If your hair is curly, it would need to be within our minimum range in its natural state.
The Trust will email you a certificate within six weeks to thank you for your kindness. However, at peak times, this can take as long as eight weeks. Please note this certificate is not personalised.
Yes. We would love to see them! Please click on the Gallery function to upload your photos.
If you make it clear that you are happy for us to use them for publicity purposes, we will try and use as many as we can.
Yes we are delighted to receive hair donations from abroad. Please use this address:
Little Princess Trust
Unit B4, Dolphin Way
Please contact your local postal service provider for this information.
Yes. We encourage supporters to fundraise for the charity but it is by no means obligatory.
Six weeks but during peak times, this can take up to eight.
No. Once the hair reaches the Trust, it is no longer tracked on an individual basis and we do not release details of those children we help.
We are unable to guarantee that your hair will be used. It is not our decision, but that of the professional wig manufacturer in China.
If it is within our minimum range, and has been cut according to our guidelines, then it will be sent to China. If it is of a suitable length then it will most likely be blended with other similar donations and made into a wig.
If your hair is suitable, it will form part of one wig. It can take from approximately five – seven donations to make just a single wig. For one wig, at least 120g of hair is required.