Sophie Town, a Sydney-based primary school teacher, has seen plenty of Crazy Hair Days and recommends a pop-up hair salon for kids on the day.
“Kids will happily pay five dollars or more to have their hair done, and all it needs is some volunteer parents and teachers,” she says. Get the hairspray and glitter gel ready!
The Kids’ Cancer Project has combined crazy hair and crazy sock days in the one colourful fundraiser, Crazy Hair & Sock Day. It’s a great way to create comradery and instil a sense of community which is why NSW Netball has partnered with the charity for this event for over ten years.
Learn more: Crazy Hair & Sock Day