THE LUSTA CHILDREN'S PROJECT

Providing wigs for children with alopecia and medical-related hair loss.

LUSTA FOUNDATION

Giving kid's with alopecia or medical hair loss access to funding for wigs.

Lusta Children's Project

Providing wigs for children with alopecia and medical-related hair loss.

OUR MISSION

Changing the lives of children with hair loss and helping them to regain their confidence.

The Lusta Children's Project


The Lusta Children's Project is an initiative started and self-funded by Kimberly Di Benedetto, founder & CEO of Lusta Hair.

We provide children with alopecia or medical-related hair loss, high-quality, comfortable and realistic human hair wigs or toppers.

Through the Lusta Children's project recipients can receive fully-funded wigs valued at up to $5,000AUD.

APPLICATION PROCESS

DOWNLOAD THE PAMPHLET

CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY

Assess your eligibility by downloading the informational pamphlet.

FILL IN THE APPLICATION FORM

Join the Movement


Through this program, we're on a mission to help as many children as possible. But we can't do it without your help! If you'd like to contribute to the fund, follow the link below.

LUSTA KIDS

Sasha, 4 years old
Alopecia

Aisha, 10 years old
Alopecia

Nya, 14 years old
Alopecia

Sienna, 13 years old
Cartilage Hair Hypoplasia

Macey, 10 years old
Burns Survivor

Rosanna, 15 years old
Trichotilomania

Mia, 9 years old
Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia Survivor

Zoey, 9 years old
Alopecia Areata

Zoë, 10 years old
Leukaemia

Heidi, 12 years old
Alopecia

Ellie, 9 years old
Alopecia

Isabella, 15 years old
Alopecia

Mia, 17 years old
Alopecia

Meila, 11 years old
Alopecia Ophiasis

Myah, 14 years old
Hodgkin's Lymphoma

About Our Founder


Kimberly Di Benedetto, is on a mission to break the stigma of female hair loss. Kimberly was diagnosed with Androgenic Alopecia at 19 years old. After spending years trying different remedies to grow her hair back, Kimberly found hair toppers. Toppers completely changed Kimberly's outlook on life, finally she had a solution to her hair loss. Now, it's Kimberly's mission to spread the word about hair toppers and alternative hair.

Through the Lusta Children's Project she hopes to make a positive impact in the lives of children with hair loss.