Purdue OL donates 12 inches of hair to "Wigs for Kids"
Stories like these are always great to see.
Purdue offensive guard Jordan Roos has been growing out his hair since his redshirt freshman season, and earlier today, donated 12 inches of it to “Wigs for Kids” – a non-profit group that offers hair replacement for children undergoing chemotherapy, according to landof10.com.
Roos, a senior, can be seen in this video talking about the positives of his decision while his hair is being cut for kids.
Awesome morning with @jordanroos70 as he donated his hair to @wigsforkids. Check out the transformation here. https://t.co/sZJ3OB05EO
— Purdue Athletics (@PurdueSports) September 23, 2016