Excited that some of the Exeter Chiefs Rugby players have joined our Wear a Flower campaign! 🌸
We’re very impressed that some of the toughest, most macho men in the South West are not afraid to show their support for children with brain injury by wearing a flower in their hair.
Thank you for being such sports and we hope this inspires others to join us for National Wear a Flower Day on 20th April.
Not sure what the ‘wear a flower’ campaign is?
Remember the ice challenge all those years ago?
Well, I can promise you the wearaflower challenge is a lot less painful! All you need to do is find a flower, any flower, and pop it in your hair!
Our aim is to show solidarity for the young people both with and without scars who feel self conscious, and worry that their brain injury makes them ugly and different.
Join in by uploading a selfie of you wearing a flower in your hair with the text ‘I'm showing my support for The Jemima Layzell Trust #wearaflower.' And don't forget to tag in your nominations!
Optional donations by texting MIMA14 then the amount you'd like to donate to 70070