Sarah Ford | September 26, 2013

Why Not Be Bold, Be Bald?!

For many who fight cancer, going bald is not a choice. Honor their bravery and show solidarity by going bald with them on October 18th!

Be Bold, Be Bald! is a national fundraising event that takes place wherever you are. Participants go bald by boldly wearing a bald cap (or very boldly shaving their head!) to honor those who bravely fight cancer and raise money to help fight back.  Participants get sponsored for their bold move, and choose the charity they want their proceeds to benefit.  For the past three years, the LIVESTRONG Foundation has been a beneficiary of this wonderful movement.

Event Purpose: To honor those fighting cancer and to help raise money for cancer organizations

When: All day on Friday, October 18, 2013

Where: Wherever you are! 

How: By wearing a bald cap. You’ll be able to order a cap when you register.

>> Click here to learn more and participate.

>> Click here to see other LIVESTRONG events currently going on.

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