Former Georgia receiver Chris Conley cuts hair and donates it to charity


Malcolm Mitchell isn’t the only former Georgia wide receiver doing great things to kids these days. While Mitchell made a name for himself by reading to kids and writing his own children’s book, his former teammate Chris Conley is also doing some great charitable work in his own right.

Conley, now with the Kansas City Chiefs, shared on Twitter Monday afternoon that he had cut off his distinctive dreadlocks so he could donate it to an organization called ChildrenWithHairLoss:

As Conley states in his tweet, ChildrenWithHairLoss provides wigs for children suffering from illnesses which cause them to lose part or all of their hair, most often cancer. Conley expanded on his donation in the following tweet:

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