When second-grader Bella Coffee arrived at school Friday, she had beautiful, shoulder-length brown hair. By the end of the day, she was bald. And she wasn’t the only one.
Bella was one of 18 Eminence students who chose to either shave their heads or cut their hair to donate as part of a fundraising program called Clips for Kids, which benefits Kosair Children’s Hospital and families fighting pediatric cancer.
Bella, a Kosair Kid and cancer survivor, decided to shave her head to show support for other kids with cancer, an idea her parents supported.