Australia Alopecia Areata Foundation

To donate to or create your own fundraiser supporting specific AAAF campaigns, such as the Hair Donation Program, Boldest Bald Brunch, and Kokoda17, please use the menu at the top of this page. 



Alopecia Areata is an auto-immune condition which causes hair loss on the scalp and body. It effects men, women and children, and currently has no cure. 


Alopecia can be a lifelong condition, and can deeply affect self-image, self-esteem, confidence and even mental health. But there is hope. The Australia Alopecia Areata Foundation believe that through personal support, improved awareness, and ongoing research toward an acceptable treatment, we can help improve the lives of people living with Alopecia Areata and their families. You can help too. By donating or fundraising for AAAF, you can help achieve our mission.

Your investment today will provide hope to someone in need. It doesn’t take much to make a difference:

  • $5 can go towards providing class room discussions at schools

  • $25 can go towards supporting someone just diagnosed about this disease and linking them into a community network

  • $50 can aid in creating resources to help a child educate a potential bully

  • $400 can provide the funds to help a family purchase a wig for their child with Alopecia Areata

  • $500 can help a researcher to go one step further towards finding a cure or acceptable treatment for Alopecia Areata

AAAF is 100% community funded. We receive no government support, and rely on the generosity of our community in order to provide ongoing support, funding for research and awareness campaigns to help improve the lives of people living with Alopecia Areata.

To donate to the Donate Hair Program, or host a Baldest Bold Brunch, please use the menu at the top of the page. 


Your donors may be able to receive matched donations from their workplace. Be sure to encourage them to check the "Give via Workplace Giving" button on your fundraiser page to find out.

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