AAAF’s New Year Resolutions

Happy New Year! We hope you all had enjoyable and safe holiday season and are feeling refreshed and excited for the year ahead.

Before we took our holiday break, we were talking here on Love, Alopecia about all the things AAAF has achieved over the last 12 months. This week it’s all about where we want to go next. That’s right, it’s time for AAAF’s New Year Resolutions. These goals are our commitment to our community that we will never stop striving to do better, be better and help others to have a positive journey with Alopecia Areata. So what’s in store for 2017?

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Highlights of 2016

Man. What a year.

On a global scale, it’s pretty well unanimous that 2016 has been hectic. Closer to home things have been pretty busy too, and this year has been a big one for the AAAF Team. So for the last post of 2016, we thought we’d look back on what we’ve achieved this year.  Continue reading “Highlights of 2016”

Three Big Reasons to Support Small Charities this Giving Season

The majority of charities are small organisations.

In Australia the official earnings threshold to be classed as a “small” charity is less than $250,000 revenue per year. About two thirds of our registered charities are in this group – and of that, about a third are classed as “very small” and earn less than $50,000.  Only 19% of charities earn over one million per year. Continue reading “Three Big Reasons to Support Small Charities this Giving Season”

Embrace Alopecia

Last week AAAF launched out theme for the next year – Embrace Alopecia. We figure you probably have questions. That’s okay, because we’ve got answers.

So what is a theme and why does AAAF have one?

Every year AAAF’s Committee gets together at our Annual General Meeting to discuss our programs and brainstorm ways we can continue to improve.. For the last few years we’ve developed themes which guide our efforts through the following twelve months. We keep the theme at the core of all projects, campaigns, competitions and events over that year and it informs how we focus on achieving our key missions – improving awareness, funding research and providing support. Continue reading “Embrace Alopecia”

Welcome!

Welcome to Love, Alopecia!

If you’re here, you’re most likely one of the millions of people in the world who make up our alopecian community.

Perhaps someone in your family, maybe your child or partner or sibling, has joined the alopecian tribe.

Maybe you work with someone with alopecia, perhaps as a hairdresser or wigmaker or doctor or psychologist or teacher, and you want to know more about alopecia in order to help them the best you can.

Welcome.  Continue reading “Welcome!”

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