Keighley girl Phoebe Crawford has raised more than £550 for the Callum Ingham appeal.
The money is still coming in following ten-year-old Phoebe’s decision to have her hair cut to help fund the Parkwood Rise boy’s cancer treatment.
In the days after the haircut, at Duval and Co salon in Silsden, Phoebe raised £546. Phoebe’s stepmother Pauline said Phoebe had also been promised a cheque from Keighley Lions Keighley Lions.
Pauline added: “We don’t know the amount as they wanted it to be a surprise. We are also continuing to try to get more sponsorship.”
Phoebe had 12 inches of her hair cut off by hairdresser Claire Exley at the Silsden salon, watched by family and friends.
Phoebe’s cut-off hair was donated to the Little Princess charity to make a wig for another child fighting cancer.