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ON OCTOBER 20, WHO WILL YOU BE BALD FOR?

Go bald to honor loved ones battling cancer and raise money by getting sponsored for doing so. Head shaving not required.

JOIN THE MOVEMENT

JOIN THE MOVEMENT

Take part in the fight against cancer, and help support the charity of your choice.

 

 

JOIN US

GET YOUR CAP (AND OTHER SWAG)

Visit the Bald Shop to show your support.

 

 

SHOP NOW

HOW IT WORKS

Be Bold in 4 Easy Steps.

Step 1
Join the Movement
Sign up & choose a cancer charity to support.  You can join a team, start your own, or go solo.

Step 2
Get a Bald Cap
Buy a bald cap to wear on 10/20 & show solidarity to those battling cancer.  Decoration is encouraged!

Step 3
Start Fundraising
Just like a charity walk or a run, ask family & friends to sponsor you.

Step 4
Be Bold on Oct 20
Proudly wear your bald cap all day (or shave your head) and share your story.

The Leaderboard

Participant Name Goal Raised
Linda Pello Uhl $1,000.00 $318.26 Sponsor
Susin Thomas $500.00 $154.59 Sponsor
Keira Mulcahy $500.00 $53.51 Sponsor
Lindsay Averbook $250.00 $53.26 Sponsor
Harry Kniznik $100.00 $52.96 Sponsor
Josie Rutherford $500.00 $52.96 Sponsor
SEE ALL PARTICIPANTS
Team Name Goal Raised
Camp Anuenue $50,000.00 $55,613.30 Sponsor
The Boat Yard & UCC $2,000.00 $2,072.45 Sponsor
Remembering Rhonda $2,000.00 $185.51 Sponsor
Team Princess Evelyn $1,000.00 $69.36 Sponsor
Beckie's Pink Army $1,000.00 $53.26 Sponsor
Gary Courtney Cancer Foundation $500.00 $52.96 Sponsor
SEE ALL TEAMS
Beneficiaries
Camp Anuenue $55,613.30
Sisters Helping Sisters Fishing Tournament $3,977.45
Voices Against Brain Cancer $360.51
NW Sarcoma Foundation $205.62
Shred Kids' Cancer $134.36

Be Bold Be Bald is proud to work with over 50 charities in the fight against cancer.

 

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