“You are absolutely a Godsend! I was so desperate to find someone who could provide a wig for my sister. Luckily, my daughter found your charity on the internet. You certainly steered us in the right direction! Jean walked out of the salon with the perfect wig that made her feel good about herself again. She asked to go to see friends. No one could tell it was a wig! What a wonderful day! She even put on lipstick at dinner.”

-Vivian, Shadyside

“Thank you, thank you, and thank you a million times over. I am so grateful for your donation for my new “do”. One of the hardest things about this is losing my hair. It’s not about being vain; it’s more of a constant reminder that I’m sick. I might not be feeling sick one day but one look in the mirror and cancer is staring back at me! So thank you for helping me cope with my most difficult part along my journey with cancer. I feel like the luckiest person alive right now because of the help you have provided to me.”

-Kami, South Hills

I accompanied a friend of mine, diagnosed with ovarian cancer, to your Hair Peace Women’s Circle. I found it to be a very powerful group of strength, care, concern, friendship and spirituality. I am grateful for the help you have given to my dear friend.”

-Ruth, Pittsburgh

“Being single and trying to make ends meet, the gift for the wig has lifted a large burden. Thank you too for the information. I feel like I have some control again over cancer. I have 2 children and a grandson I want to be here to see grow old. Thank you!”

-Sherry, Penn Hills

“When I got word I would lose my hair I was devastated and thought “not my beautiful hair”. One of the wonderful nurses told me about Hair Peace Charities. Thanks to you I was able to get a great looking wig that everyone thinks is my own hair. Without Hair Peace, it would be one more unpleasant experience to remind me I have cancer. Thank you for your compassion.”

-Sandi, Gibsonia

“A special note to let you know how much I appreciate what you have done for me. I could not see my hairbrush for so much hair coming out. Once I got the wig you helped me to buy, I was a new person. It made me feel pretty again so I could go out in confidence.”

-Esther, Cranberry Township

“Thank you for the books that provided so much information, the prayers and mediation book was of great comfort. I also especially enjoyed the notes of prayer, well wishing and concern from people I did not even know who took time to send thoughtful cards. These expressions of kindness helped me to realize I was not alone.”

-Helen, Scott Township

“Before I had cancer, I never knew about Hair Peace Charities but now it is close to my heart. My girlfriends had a party for me when I finished treatments. They collected donations and told me to give it to a charity and yours came to mind first. I want to pay it forward so more women will be blessed with your kindness. I know, because I was one of them.”

-Brenda, Hampton

Hair Prayer & Care- Providing Financial Assistance to Women and Girls Fighting Cancer in Western Pennsylvania

Hair Peace Charities


hair prayer care

Providing financial assistance to women and girls fighting cancer in western pennsylvania

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What Is Hair Peace? 

Hair Peace Charities Helps women and girls, who live in western Pennsylvania with financial assistance to purchase a wig needed due to cancer.  Hair Peace also offers cancer-fighting information, encouragement, and faith with support groups.  Hair Peace Charities will provide up to $250 towards a purchase of a wig.

To Receive Financial Assistance for the purchase of a wig, individuals must speak with Bonny by calling 412-327-5177.  Determination of assistance needed along with a list of supporting salons will be provided at that time. Salons cannot request assistance on behalf of clients.


Hair Peace Charities helps with the funds to purchase a wig. Cancer treatment is expensive with time off work and copays.


We offer to pray for each person who calls for help. Our prayer team also mails cards of encouragement and hope. 


We have the Bridge to Wellness, support groups and information to help while in treatment and beyond.

19th Annual Recipe For Hope

Friday, August 23, 2024 7:30 pm

Mayernik Center on Camp Horne Rd

Tickets on sale now at special price - save $25

20 celebrities wear aprons & serve their favorite dishes

Celebrity bartenders work for Hair Peace tips

Fantastic auction experiences with vacations, concert tickets & more

And of course, we send you home with a bag of treats!

Cindystock 21 Supports Hair Peace

Get tickets to this fun bicycle ride & musical event!

Bike Ride Aug 16

Music Festival Aug 17

Hair Peace Speed Puzzle Contest

Saturday, September 14

Only $15 per person

Limited Tickets Sign Up Early!

Down the Drain

Losing your hair can feel like you are losing everything…  

How to Support Hair Peace Charities

Your donation changes lives!
$10 provides the Warrior’s Guide Book – Many ways to combat cancer.
$15 provides Prayers To Sustain You Through Cancer book written by Maureen Murray.
$250 provides funds for a wig for 1 woman or girl in the battle. .

Hair Peace Events

Join Hair Peace for fun and memorable Pittsburgh area events throughout the year. 

Host a Fundraiser

Give back in our local community while providing financial and emotional support to those touched by cancer.

Direct Donation

Donate via PayPal or download our donation form and mail to

102 Cleveland Ave
Pittsburgh PA 15202

United Way

Donate towards Hair Peace Charities through your United Way Workplace Campaign program.

I Had Cancer Podcast

Allegheny Health Network and iHeart Media hosted by Bonny Diver of iHeart Radio. The I Had Cancer podcast provides personal and truthful conversations with cancer survivors along their journeys. Each episode will feature a different person with their unique perspective on their own fight against cancer. 

Bonny's Story

Hair Peace Charities was started by Bonny Diver, a local radio personality, after finding a lump in her breast after a horseback riding accident.

Watch her video  to hear how it all began.

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