"It can be a very heartfelt and emotional experience," said Cardinali.
The students raised money through various community sponsors to help offset the cost for T-shirts and haircuts. Cardinali said that they would not have been able to hold the program without the help of sponsors Bellamy and Sons Construction, The Crack Team Concrete Repair Specialists, Glenda Lewis of Coldwell Banker, Envy Salon, Super Suds Laundromat and Swain Sealcoating.
High-quality wigs can cost close to $1,200, and Cardinali said these types of programs make wigs more accessible to women who have other financial burdens when battling cancer.
"It's a simple way to make a big difference," said Cardinali.