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CAP is here to build self-esteem, provide support and raise awareness. It’s that simple!

Thank you….We are so grateful for the incredible generosity of our supporters, both local and national. This little non-profit that started in my spare bedroom has grown into an international organization that helps children with alopecia around the world. Without the ongoing support from donors like you, we would not be where we are today, helping thousands of children through 45 support groups in 29 states and 5 countries, Regional CAP Kid Camps in California, Texas, North Carolina, Ohio and of course our annual camp, Alopeciapalooza, which is attended by up to 500 people each year. And, yes, CAP Kids and their siblings under 5 are still free for every event, big and small.

Your donations spoke to us, and we were listening…..And what we heard was that you support us and what we do! You want to help get CAP Kids to Camp and other events, and once again we ask you to make a donation to the Children’s Alopecia Project and our Annual CAP Kid Appeal so we can continue helping CAP Kids https://www.CAPKidAppeal.eventzilla.net

Alopecia is an autoimmune disease that is not life threatening, but is life altering. It is not contagious. You can’t catch it and it does not hurt. It is almost like your body is allergic to hair, which causes it to fall out. That’s the good part of Alopecia. The bad part is being teased, made fun of, laughed at and ignored. Emotionally, it could be devastating. Luckily, because of your support, CAP is here!!

Please donate at https://www.CAPKidAppeal.eventzilla.net

Yes, People with Purpose are Broken Records

Yes, People with Purpose are Broken Records

People you see as broken records will continue to promote their passions and purpose on earth because sometimes people hear it and react but mostly, they don’t. It’s at these times when people with purpose say it again because to them, to me, there must be a reason for all those crickets chirping in the background!

I personally make no apologies for my passions and my purpose. I shout it out because I believe in it and want others to do the same. Why? Because, it’s what I do!!

So, the next time you see a post, look at it. Watch it. Understand it and then make the decision if you want more or no more!

Ignoring a broken record does not make it stop playing. Lighten up and enjoy it and become involved and if you can’t, send it forward to others who may! If you want nothing to do with it, let me or them know. I only want people to drink the Kool-Aid if it’s their choice, I just play the records…..


Jeff Woytovich, Founder, President & CEO

Children’s Alopecia Project, Inc – 906 Penn Avenue – Wyomissing, PA 19610