When she saw the Bratz "True Hope" collection hit the shelves a few weeks ago knew she had to do something. The dolls (or action figures) :) are both boy and girls and have no hair or eyebrows...perfect for kids with alopecia areata.
Ali started the Ali Bratz Project with a goal to raise $8,000 to buy enough dolls to bring to the NAAF conference and give out to the kids. In just two weeks they were able to raise over $12,000! There were lots of bald girls and boys that were getting a free doll (or action figure). A total of over 400 dolls were given out on Saturday morning. It was so cool to see the smiles on not just the kids faces, but also the parents.
You can check out Ali at alilambert.com and follow the Ali Bratz Project on facebook at www.facebook.com/AliBratzProject.
Thanks Mike and Ali!
|Blake and Ali|
|lots of dolls to give away|
|boy action figures :)|
|Mike and Ali|
|kids and parents checking out the table|
|lots of smiles|