May 11, 2017
The Anaphylaxis Campaign is an amazing organisation that supports people who are at risk of severe allergies.
Every year, The Anaphylaxis Campaign has a day known as ‘Orange wig day’.
Orange Wig Day gives people up and down the country the opportunity to show their solidarity and support for this fantastic campaign, whilst also raising awareness and funds for those affected by severe allergies.
Friday 18th May is the campaigns ‘wear a orange wig day’ where you are able to wear a particularly ‘stylish’ orange wig in aid of everyone who is affected by Anaphylaxis.
The concept is simple and fun and enables everyone of different ages to get involved.
By wearing your wig to work, to school, to the gym or even to the shops, this is an easy way for you and your children to get involved and show your support, as well as also raising awareness.
You may decide to even take it a little bit further and host a party or either a coffee/ cake morning for people to attend wearing their orange wigs, with all the profits going to the campaign.
Last year, the team at Head Office and Harmony at Home’s Company Director, Frankie Gray, got involved by wearing their very own orange wigs to show their support and to raise awareness.
We are also proud to announce that Harmony at Home are corporate members of The Anaphylaxis Campaign.
We have chosen to support this amazing organisation and all the fantastic work they do, raising awareness for people who suffer with severe allergies and Anaphylaxis. They rely 100% on the donations that they receive, and do not get any Government funding.
So, get your orange wigs at the ready and be prepared for a day of laughs and most of all, fun in aid of The Anaphylaxis Campaign.
To find out more about all the amazing work The Anaphylaxis Campaign and to find out more about Orange Wig Day and how you can get involved, click here
Written by Emily Martin for Harmony at Home Limited. All Rights Reserved, 2018
Posted by Emily Martin, Business Administration Apprentice | Filed Under Harmony at Home News