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The Donation Manual

December 28, 2006

I don’t know about you but I sometimes find it hard to decide how much to donate. Here is a guideline to make life a little bit easier:

£2500
If you’re feeling generous you can sponsor me 1p per hair. Apparently this can range between 100-250 thousand hairs so I’m gonna assume that I’m at the top end of the scale. This is pocket change to all those city boys/gals who just got their Christmas bonuses!

£1235
This is the average price of a Habitat for Humanity build, so you can go ahead and fund a whole house if you like

£1000
For those who like round numbers

£987.11
For mathematicians who despise integers

£500
“I can’t believe she’s shaving her hair”

£250
To bribe me NOT to shave my hair

£100
“I’ll pay her to do it so I won’t have to”

£50
“Maybe she’ll meet a man by doing this”

£20
About the price of a haircut

£10
“I barely have enough for rent!”

£1-5
Anila who? Who the heck is she?

Click “Builder’s merchants” to see the individual price of raw building materials.

Other donations that would most certainly be appreciated:

  • hats
  • Indian head massage
  • haircut at gents prices
  • hair gel/mousse and styling tips
  • a husband (it can’t hurt to ask!)
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2 Comments leave one →
  1. sue reed permalink
    December 29, 2016 11:10 am

    Alway intrests me things like “a husband (it can’t hurt to ask!)” and this post is 10 years ago makes you wonder I bet the person who wrote this is now married with lots of kids now. She would really make a super mum because of how selfless she is doing this for charity also she would be one of those cool hip mums with shaved that looks great 🙂

    • December 29, 2016 10:36 pm

      Thanks for your kind words I still see all the comments! I’m not married and no kids in tow yet! I’m not against it though 🙂

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