Charity links

As a wig and hairpiece supplier for individuals experiencing hair loss, often due to treatment for a condition, Confidentially Yours Wigs have links with a number of different associated charities. You can find out more about these organisations below. For enquiries, get in touch with us at Confidentially Yours Wigs in Crowborough today.

Charities we work with

Macmillan Cancer Support – a support line for cancer sufferers and their families.
Look Good Feel Better – a charity that supports the physical and emotional well-being of cancer sufferers.

Little Princess Trust – this group works to supply free wigs and hairpieces to children and young people who have suffered hair loss due to cancer treatments.
Alopecia UK – a charity that funds research into the causes of alopecia as well as its treatment.
Breast Cancer Kent – this charity funds research spearheaded by two NHS medical teams at the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells’ Breast Care Units.

Get in touch for more information on our charity work

What our happy customers say


“Tracey has been a life saver for me. Sounds dramatic but when you experience hair loss
as a woman it is traumatising. Tracey is kind, compassionate and caring. She will always go
that extra mile for you. With her help I now have my confidence back. I cannot recommend her highly enough.”


“Losing hair can be incredibly difficult to deal with especially as you go through a rollercoaster of emotions. If having cancer isn’t bad enough, losing your hair makes you feel you are losing your identity and femininity. I was introduced to the lovely Tracey who was so empathetic, caring, helpful and supportive and made me feel safe. She found the perfect Wigs for me whichhave given me confidence. I feel lucky to have met her and couldn’t recommend her highly enough.”


“The outstanding personal service offers of help and ongoing support Tracey provides is amazing. A truly kind, dedicated and caring professional. Highly recommend her and ask about her lovely skincare range and other products too.”