Serving Utah since 1980 Diane’s Wig Shop 2001 Provo/Orem Entrepreneur of the Year
The Friendliest Service in town with over 40 years of experience!
We carry the LARGEST selection of:
• Wigs for men, women and children • Men’s and women’s hair pieces • Fashionable hats, turbans & scarves • Quality wig care products
bring in your gently used wigs to donate to women in Iraq who are undergoing chemotherapy
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345 E. University Parkway Orem, UT - 801.224.5070
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Donate gently used wigs for Iraqi Women
Diane Thompson of Diane’s Wig Shop is currently seek- ing gently used wigs to donate to women in Iraq who are undergoing chemotherapy.
Working closely with the FUTURE organization (Fami- lies United Toward Universal Respect), Diane prepares gently used wigs to be included in humanitarian packages that are delivered to Iraqi women undergoing chemo- therapy.
Diane’s desire is to “enrich the life of an Iraqi woman whose suffering is magnified by having lost her hair.” Working in the wig industry for over 40 years, Diane has seen the benefits of helping women facing cancer. “Sometimes the loss of hair can be as devastating as finding out you have cancer,” says Diane. “We try to be compassionate and try to understand what they are going through.”
To donate a gently used wig for the FUTURE humanitarian project, please visit Diane’s Wig Shop at 345 E University Parkway in Orem (behind Sizzler). Store hours: Monday - Friday: 10am to 6pm and flexible hours on Saturday. Call for a Saturday appointment.
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