$34 Million Raised for Childhood Cancer Research
We’re buzzing with excitement here at the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, and it’s not because of a Cyber Monday score. No, it’s much bigger than that: We’ve reached a new million dollar milestone!
Thanks to our hardworking volunteers and selfless supporters, our fundraising total for 2013 has surpassed $34 million — a new record for the Foundation!Happy to help us announce this new landmark are some of the freshly shaved 46 Mommas at this year’s event in San Antonio.
$33 Million Raised for Childhood Cancer Research
Over the past several years, NetApp has consistently been one of our top corporate fundraising events, and they’re happy to help us announce this million-dollar milestone.
$32 Million Raised for Childhood Cancer Research
$30 Million Raised for Childhood Cancer Research
Luke Dunn, Tom Serratore, and Todd Vervynckt help us celebrate $30 million raised to help children with cancer. Photos by Randall Spriggs, Valparaiso University.
After his friend, Joey Malak, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia their junior year of high school, Tom knew he had to get involved and wanted to find a way to honor and support Joey. He began volunteering with St. Baldrick’s and participating in its signature head-shaving events, including the event at Victor J. Andrew High School in Tinley Park, Illinois.
$29 Million Raised for Childhood Cancer Foundation
AmWINS employees circle up to celebrate $29 million raised by St. Baldrick’s volunteers to cure childhood cancer.
Our friends at AmWINS Group, Inc. are kicking off their shoes to celebrate this success and help raise even more money for the cause through their casual and flip-flop days. Since 2011, AmWINS has raised $28,000 for childhood cancer research through their Casual to Conquer fundraisers.
$28 Million Raised for Childhood Cancer Research
The amazing group of volunteers and shavees at the Tortoise and Hare event in Arlington, Virginia, are very excited to help us announce this next million dollar milestone! Our friends hosted their St. Baldrick’s event this past weekend and raised more than $25,000 for pediatric oncology research!
The event was held in honor of St. Baldrick’s Honored Kid, Mason, who passed away from medulloblastoma, a type of childhood cancer, in October 2007. His mother, Danielle, an avid supporter and St. Baldrick’s shavee, served as the event’s guest speaker and was there to cheer on the 25 volunteers who shaved in solidarity with all kids who have been affected by cancer.
$27 Million Raised for Childhood Cancer Research
Volunteers at University School in Shaker Heights, Ohio, announce $27 millions raised for childhood cancer foundation
Here to help us celebrate $27 million for kids with cancer are our friends at University School, a boys’ school in Shaker Heights, Ohio, during their fourth annual St. Baldrick’s event. These 82 boys — plus 11 teachers, faculty, and parents — together raised more than $65,000 to Conquer Childhood Cancers, pushing the event at A.J. Rocco’s over $166,000 this year!
$26 Million Raised for Childhood Cancer Research
AVM Traders celebrate $26 million raised by St. Baldrick’s volunteers in 2013 for childhood cancer research, including $1.6 million raised by AVM Traders since 2004!
$24 Million Raised for Childhood Cancer Research
Our friends from Allied World Assurance Company announce $24 million raised by St. Baldrick’s volunteers
Our friends at AWAC Services Company Inc., a member company of Allied World, are excited to help us share this million dollar milestone with you all! Allied World Assurance Company has raised nearly $800,000 for lifesaving research since it first got involved with St. Baldrick’s in 2008. Employees participate as part of a global team, shaving heads, running marathons, and helping organize the flagship event at Jim Brady’s in New York City and the St. Agnes Parish Center event in Rockville Centre, New York.
$23 Million Raised for Childhood Cancer Research
The Vernon Hills Capitals announce $23 million raised by St. Baldrick’s volunteers
Three members of the Vernon Hills Capitals hockey team, goalie Pete Wisnieff (left), defenseman Mike Bolt (middle), and director of game operations Phil Gutierrez (right), show off their support for St. Baldrick’s and of course their newly shorn heads after hosting a St. Baldrick’s sports head-shaving event.
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