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THANK YOU FOR BEING BOLD!

Thank you to all those who boldly went bald with us on October 21!  Show your support by sponsoring a participant today.

SPONSOR A CANCER FIGHTER

THANK YOU FOR BEING BOLD!

Thousands were bold and bald on Oct.21 to support the more than 50 cancer charities.  Show your support with a donation today.

 

 

 

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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.

Our Sponsors

Thank you to our sponsors and partners for their support of Be Bold, Be Bald!

The Leaderboard

Participant Name Goal Raised
Holly Walton $2,000.00 $2,904.87 Sponsor
Katie Costa $1,500.00 $1,858.34 Sponsor
Helen John Deering $500.00 $1,689.15 Sponsor
Lindsay Rosa $1,000.00 $1,679.08 Sponsor
Jeff Freedman $5,000.00 $1,428.44 Sponsor
Quintin Sullivan $1,000.00 $1,393.98 Sponsor
SEE ALL PARTICIPANTS
Team Name Goal Raised
SEE ALL TEAMS
Beneficiaries
Camp Anuenue $55,797.89
Heaps of Hope, Inc. $5,533.29
Stupid Cancer, Inc. $4,360.60
Small Army for a Cause, Inc. $4,102.01
Baystate Health Foundation - The Walk of Champions $4,029.94

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

 

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Total Raised

$1,293,744 / 2,000,000

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