The razors were out and the hair was falling last night [Mar 15], as a number of people volunteered to have their heads shaved as part of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraiser to find a cure for childhood cancer.
Volunteers signed up in advance, and obtained pledged in support of their efforts. The event has been held each year in Bermuda since 2002, and generally raises hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The crowd cheered on the volunteers, which ranged from children to adults. The annual fundraising event was held at the BAA gymnasium with heads being shaved from 4:30pm onwards Those not brave enough to have their heads shaved were able to show their support with purchases of green pom poms, t-shirts, and more.
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