2018 Meehan’s Public House (Sandy Springs) Event
Every so often, a challenge appears before us that calls from a deeper place within us. It’s not just an action or a pledge; it’s an expression of solidarity, a declaration of bravery, and a quest for self-discovery all in one. This is the story of why, at least once in your adventurous life, you should dare to start fresh—by shaving your head.
We know a thing or two about hair.
At St. Baldrick’s head-shaving events, shavees℠ raise money for childhood cancer research by pledging to shave their heads in support of cancer patients, who often lose their hair during treatment.
Should you shave your head for kids with cancer? Take this quiz and find out >
We don’t collect hair donations, but volunteers are welcome to shave their heads at St. Baldrick’s events and donate their hair to another organization. It’s a great way to help two charities at once, and you can do it all in five easy steps!
Not ready to rock a bald head? You can still donate your hair AND help find cures for kids with cancer with a Do What You Want fundraiser.