Nine-year-old Kempsey East Primary School student, Jacob Lang, is a kid with a big heart.
Almost two years ago his grandmother Claire was diagnosed with cancer.
She underwent chemotherapy and Jake knew this makes your hair fall out.
From there he decided it'd be a great idea to grow his glorious long locks to give his hair to help anyone feel better in any way while fighting cancer.
Unfortunately, Jacob's grandmother passed away on August 3 last year.
He said she was a massive fan of his long hair and he soon found out about Wigs 4 Kids.
Wigs 4 Kids is an organisation that supplies wigs at no cost to kids who have lost their hair during cancer.
Jacob will say goodbye to his locks on May 5 at Kempsey East on a date that marks a very special occasion - it would be his grandmother's birthday.
Fundraising from his hair cut will allow Kids with Cancer Foundation to continue with their financial support of families that have a child suffering cancer.
Despite spending some time with his hair, Jacob looks forward to the date.
"It's all for a good cause," he agreed.
While not shaving all of his hair off, he harbours plans to let his hair re-grow and flow in the wind again.
"Not nearly as long though," he said.
To donate to Jacob's cause visit here.
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