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Charity & Community Support

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Luxury Wigs has been founded on the values of “Caring for our Community” and as such gives a portion of all sales back to selected charities and community causes.  The support for these charities has been based on all of the founders’ immediate families being touched in some way by cancer and hair loss due to chemotherapy and the emotional and financial difficulties this caused.  

Luxury Wigs donates $5 from every wig sale towards the following worthy causes to support people with medical related hair loss conditions and cancer. 


national breast cancer foundation

National Breast Cancer Foundation. Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women in Australia (excluding non-melanoma skin cancer).  One in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime.  On average, eight women die from breast cancer every day in Australia.  There are nearly 60,000 people living with breast cancer in Australia today.  Research is the key to unlocking the mysteries of breast cancer.  The National Breast Cancer Foundation’s aim is zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030.  For more information, visit www.nbcf.org.au

Luxury Wigs has created a special “Pink” deluxe Wig which 100% of the sales profits will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.


Australia Alopecia Areata Foundation Inc.

Australia Alopecia Areata Foundation Inc (AAAF) provides support to individuals, families and friends through their Alopecia Areata journey. AAAF operates support groups throughout Australia and works tirelessly to raise funding into psychological and medical research. For more information, visit www.aaaf.org.au


Wig Libraries

Wig Libraries. The Cancer Council in Australia operates Wig Services in all states and territories.  These are services for people undergoing cancer treatment who can’t afford a wig and give patients the chance to come in and be fitted with a free synthetic wig.  Wig Services offer support and tips to help patients.  For more information, visit www.cancer.org.au

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