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HOW IT WORKS

Be Bold in 4 Easy Steps.

STEP 1
JOIN THE MOVEMENT
Sign up at beboldbebald.org to order your bald kit, and choose a cancer charity to support. You can join a team, start your own, or go solo.

STEP 2
DECORATE YOUR BALD CAP
Get creative and show what inner strength means to you.

STEP 3
START FUNDRAISING
Just like a charity walk or a run, ask family & friends to sponsor you.

STEP 4
BE BOLD ON OCTOBER 19, 2018
Join thousands of people across the country in the fight against cancer & wear your bald cap all day to raise awareness.  People will notice.  And chances are, they’ll get involved too!

OUR BENEFICIARIES

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

The Blog

Running for Her Person and Protector

She is her person. You know that one soul who understands you without any explanation? The person who can calm your spinning mind when no one else even knows you’re concerned. The one whose strength makes you feel strong. For Sara, that is her twin sister Ali. “For as...

New Hope for Kirsten

Kirsten Freiborg Diagnosed in 2012 at 22 years old Stage IIIc colon cancer New Hope, MN Twenty-two-year-old Kirsten Freiborg was a month away from graduation at the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis when an appointment with a local...

The Start of a Movement

Up against the shrinking budgets and burgeoning workloads of these tough economic times, most people would say creating one’s own nonprofit organization is a little crazy. But this challenge was nothing compared with what Small Army — the agency I co-founded with my...

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Thank you for your support Country Bank! We love seeing people within our community joining together for the cause. 

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Amy Yarbrough is a Stage 4 cancer warrior! 👊

Be Bold, Be Bald! is TOMORROW! 

Please continue sharing your stories and photos in the comments section. Keep registering at beboldbebald.org to help in the fight against cancer!

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Stage 4 Glioblastoma, brain cancer. Five years ago breast cancer.

Hi beautiful daughter. Miss you. Come home soon so i can ring you. ❤

god bless you. You look beautiful

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