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





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
Holly Walton $2,000.00 $1,210.49 Sponsor
Linda Pello Uhl $1,000.00 $842.79 Sponsor
Michelle Behnke $500.00 $431.09 Sponsor
Quintin Sullivan $1,000.00 $418.12 Sponsor
Amy James $500.00 $359.72 Sponsor
Crystal Bell-Burton $500.00 $306.20 Sponsor
Team Name Goal Raised
Camp Anuenue $50,000.00 $55,797.89 Sponsor
The Boat Yard & UCC $2,000.00 $2,667.74 Sponsor
Colleen's compadres $1,000.00 $2,070.48 Sponsor
Country Bank $2,500.00 $1,190.73 Sponsor
Berning Hardt for Pat $1,000.00 $431.09 Sponsor
Newton North Football $1,000.00 $317.46 Sponsor
Camp Anuenue $55,797.89
Sisters Helping Sisters Fishing Tournament $2,667.74
Stupid Cancer, Inc. $1,937.93
Baystate Health Foundation - The Walk of Champions $1,101.14
Small Army for a Cause, Inc. $607.46

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


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Total Raised

$1,250,621 / 2,000,000


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