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Photos/Video: MSA Host St Baldrick’s Fundraiser

Photos/Video: MSA Host St Baldrick’s Fundraiser

[Updated with photos] Mount Saint Agnes Academy [MSA] hosted their St Baldrick’s fundraising event today [March 13], as students, staff and supports shaved their heads in an effort to help raise money to find a cure for childhood cancer. We will update with additional information as able, and in the meantime the 1-hour live video replay is below... Read more of this article

BHS Raise Over $80,000 At St. Baldrick’s Event

BHS Raise Over $80,000 At St. Baldrick’s Event

On Tuesday, BHS hosted their first ever St. Baldrick’s fundraising event, with 34 Primary students, three Secondary students, three staff members and five parents shaving their heads and / or donating their hair to Locks of Love. The  initial fundraising goal of $15,000 has been surpassed, with the event collectively raising $80,939 as of this writing. Y9... Read more of this article

St. Baldrick’s Car Wash Fundraiser On Saturday

St. Baldrick’s Car Wash Fundraiser On Saturday

People are being asked to support efforts to raise funds to help conquer childhood cancer, with LifeThyme Crossfit on Dundonald Street hosting a car wash fundraiser for Saltus Grammar School students shaving their heads for St. Baldrick’s Foundation on Saturday [March 4] from noon to 4pm with a suggested donation cost for $20.. Last year, the school... Read more of this article

Saltus Hosts One Of World’s Biggest Fundraisers

Saltus Hosts One Of World’s Biggest Fundraisers

Saltus Grammar School was one of the biggest St Baldrick’s fundraisers worldwide, according to the charity’s website. Of every event held last Friday’s to raise money – it was ranked as the seventh biggest fundraiser. The school has so far raised more than $226,000 – taking it over the $1m mark for the total amount raised since it started... Read more of this article

Photos: Warwick Students Go Bald For Charity

Photos: Warwick Students Go Bald For Charity

Some of the students and staff at Warwick Academy shaved their heads for charity on Friday [March 18], joining students and staff at Saltus Grammar School as well as the community at large in helping to raise funds for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, which aims to support cancer research. According to the event website, the Warwick Academy event has... Read more of this article

Photos: Head Shaving Event At Docksiders

Photos: Head Shaving Event At Docksiders

Over $150,000 was raised on Friday night as people volunteered to have their head shaved in exchange for donations in support of funding research to help find cures for childhood cancers. The event was held at Docksiders, and served to support the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, which is a volunteer-driven charity that funds more in childhood cancer... Read more of this article

Photos: Students Shave Heads For St. Baldrick’s

Photos: Students Shave Heads For St. Baldrick’s

[Updated] More than 100 people had their heads shaved today [March 18] at Saltus Grammar School in order to raise funds for childhood cancer research funded by the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, including scores of Primary and Secondary students, teachers and a number of parents. In addition, several people had their hair cut donated their hair to Locks... Read more of this article

Over 100 People ‘Going Bald’ To Raise Money

Over 100 People ‘Going Bald’ To Raise Money

On March 18th over 100 people at Saltus are having their heads shaved to raise funds for childhood cancer research funded by the St. Baldrick’s Foundation including scores of Primary and Secondary students; Head of School Ted Staunton; teachers Rosie Doughty, Jesse Sheppard, Brittany Adams and Kathy Kawaley; as well as a number of parents. In addition,... Read more of this article

13-Year-Old Student To Shave Head For Charity

13-Year-Old Student To Shave Head For Charity

When Magnus Henneberger shaves his head for St Baldrick’s it will the sixth time in a row the 13-year-old Saltus Grammar School student has lost his locks. But Magnus’ six of the best exploits are grounded in the reality of having two people very close to him who were diagnosed with cancer. “My Grandmother died of cancer and my Dad was diagnosed... Read more of this article

Saltus Shavees Raise Over $196,000 For Charity

Saltus Shavees Raise Over $196,000 For Charity

Proving the adage that ‘bald is beautiful,’ Saltus Grammar School students, staff, and families who recently took part in their head shaving event raised over $196,600 for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. The event was held on Friday, March 13, 2015 for the ninth year in a row [eighth year as an officially registered site], with 108 Saltus... Read more of this article

Photos: Warwick Students, Staff Shave Heads

Photos: Warwick Students, Staff Shave Heads

Students and staff at Warwick Academy shaved their heads for charity on Friday [Mar 13], joining Saltus Grammar School in helping to raise funds for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, which aims to support cancer research. St. Baldrick’s held its own annual head shaving event at Docksiders on Friday as well, with over $115,000 raised at the... Read more of this article

Photos, Video: St Baldrick’s Head Shaving Event

Photos, Video: St Baldrick’s Head Shaving Event

[Updated with videos] Over $115,000 was raised last night [Mar 13] as people, ranging from children to adults, stepped up to have their heads shaved as part of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraiser to find a cure for childhood cancer. The event was held at the Docksiders on Front Street, with dozens of people having their heads shaved as family,... Read more of this article

Photos, Video: Saltus Students Shave For Charity

Photos, Video: Saltus Students Shave For Charity

[Updated] Students and staff at Saltus Grammar School are topping off their ongoing effort to raise funds for and awareness of cancer research today [Mar 13] by taking part in sponsored head shaving. Around 90 students, along with a few staff members, from Upper Primary and Secondary took part in the event, shedding their locks in the name of the St.... Read more of this article