Head-Shaving

5 Reasons to Organize a Head-Shaving Event [VIDEO]

by St. Baldrick's Foundation
January 13, 2016

Do you like throwing parties? Do you like making a difference? We do, too! Join St. Baldrick’s and throw the ultimate shindig for good — a head-shaving event. Read on for five reasons to organize your own amazing event this year.

Woman shaving head for cancer at St. Baldrick's event

1. You’ll bring people together

Want to get to know your community? Nothing brings people together like watching their neighbors go under the clippers! Get involved in your community by uniting people around a great cause and having a great time.

Watch this video and see why these volunteers brought St. Baldrick’s to their community >

2.  You’ll make a kid with cancer smile

Our volunteer event organizers (VEOs) often invite kids with cancer, survivors and families to share their stories and be celebrated. Organize an event and show those heroes some love. When you see them smile, you’ll know all your hard work was worth it.

3.  You’ll raise money for lifesaving research

Thanks to St. Baldrick’s events and the funds they raise, researchers across the globe are making new leaps in the treatment of childhood cancer. By organizing a head-shaving event, you can be a part of progress toward cures for childhood cancer.

Learn more about the research St. Baldrick’s funds and the impact you make >

4.  You’ll have a blast

Organizing a St. Baldrick’s event is like throwing a big party for your community. Who doesn’t like a great party for a good cause?

5.  You’ll make an impact

Having a fantastic time while fundraising for lifesaving childhood cancer research — it’s all part of the St. Baldrick’s event package. With nearly $200 million going to research in 26 countries, these events are changing the world for kids with cancer! So, what are you waiting for?

Be a part of the change for kids with cancer. Start a head-shaving event today.

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