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Bonny's message to those who have heard the words...
"You have cancer."
You never asked for this. None of us ever signed up for this tour of duty. You may feel alone but you are not the first to walk this cancer warpath. When I heard the words "you have cancer," I started planning my funeral. However, I changed my plans as I learned there is treatment for cancer. I also discovered most insurance companies do not pay for wigs needed from the treatment. It doesn't seem fair that you lose your hair on day number 15 after your first treatment.
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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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.
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.