Children's Alopecia Project

Rating: 4.94 stars   16 reviews


906 Penn Avenue Wyomissing PA 19610 USA


CAP will help any child in need who is living with hair loss due to all forms of Alopecia."We raise awareness of Alopecia and the self-esteem in children so the become stronger teens and productive adults.


We have helped thousands of children, friends, family and others associated with alopecia with awareness! We continue to grow self-esteem because we can't grow hair but next up is our biggest challenge yet! We are now in need of more funds so we can accomplish a CAP Kid Group that is registered and active in each State. We are also looking have the first comprehensive feasibility study of how children and parents deal with this incurable autoimmune hair loss disease. We need to find another $200,000 to be able to do these things while continuing our mission for the kids!

Target demographics:

He help kids and their family change the emphasis from growing hair to growing self-esteem

Direct beneficiaries per year:

Thousands of families dealing with Alopecia

Geographic areas served:

Helping children and their families living with the incurable autoimmune hair loss disease, Alopecia


Alopeciapalooza, CAP Kid Camps, CAP Library Program, CAP2U School Tours, CAP5K runs/walks and CAP Kid Groups in over 45 locations around the world.

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Rating: 5 stars  

2 people found this review helpful

4 years ago our daughter was diagnosed with Alopecia. At this time we didn't know a single thing about Alopecia. A family friend recommended I contact the Children's Alopecia Project. At first I was hesitant b/c that would make Alopecia affecting my daughter "real." I wasn't ready yet. After about 6 months I finally put my fears aside and our family attended the CAP summer picnic in Wyomissing. Our entire family grew that day because we made friends with other families in our situation. CAP is a part of our life and without it our entire family would be at a loss with this disease. We love CAP and know you will too!

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Rating: 5 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

Nothing but support for families. CAP makes sense out of a disease that makes none. It's about the children, not their hair.

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I am the founder, so I am bias. Please visit and see if you think we try to help build self-esteem, provide support and raise awareness. Thank you and take care. Founder, Jeff Woytovich Children's Alopecia Project, Inc.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

Seeing what we do for children living with the incurable autoimmune hairloss disease, Alopecia.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

I do. Help me with your comments.

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

Knowing that we are helping children from around the world with there self-esteem.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

the best out there.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

Have more events bringing more children from around the world together.

Ways to make it better...

We had more financial support from companies that held self-esteem in high regard.

In my opinion, the biggest challenges facing this organization are...

getting more volunteers to help spread the word.

One thing I'd also say is that...

I am always optimistic and waiting for that phone call that knocks me off my feet. I am still waiting and my number is still, 610-741-5552.

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