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    I have about 5 wigs that I'm thinking about giving to the local cancer rehabiliation.

    Has anyone ever donated their hair? Or purchased hair.

    I paid $375 for 2 of the wigs. Which I don't wear anymore.
    Which are really nice. When you donate is it unreasonable to ask for money.





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    I'm not sure it counts as a donation if you ask for money. You can definitely ask for a receipt and claim the donation on your taxes .. or you could try to sell them on ebay if you want to get some cash out of them.

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    I'll probably donate. Because I don't go through Ebay.

    Thank you, BT.

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    You can donate them to your local American Cancer Society if thats the route youd like to take.
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    I donated my real hair recently. You just send it off and are not paid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamieElizabeth View Post
    When you donate is it unreasonable to ask for money.
    "Donate" would mean you are giving it to them for free. Once you ask for money, it's no longer a donation, it would be a sale. Asking for money defies the definition of what it means to donate.

    If you want to sell them & you don't like e-bay, maybe try Craigslist.

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