Allie Landry was a first-time Volunteer Event Organizer (VEO) for Moncton’s Brave the Shave St. Baldrick’s event this past May. Her event was incredibly successful and brought together an incredible community to raise funds for childhood cancer research. We asked Allie to share her top VEO tips.
Read 11 year old, Zoë’s guest blog about her experience shaving her head at Canada's largest St. Baldrick's event.
NetApp Toronto's St. Baldrick's event raised more than $140,000— making this Canada’s largest St. Baldrick’s event!
Works of art and writing are collected from school aged children from all over Ontario and are complied in a beautiful book that is available for sale— with proceeds going to Childhood Cancer Canada.
Jenn Lyster was one of our 2013 46 Mommas. She fundraised over $32,000 for Canadian childhood cancer research and shaved her head in Texas with the 46 Mommas in honour of her daughter, Tegan. We asked Jenn to tell her story about her experience with the 46 Mommas and her family’s childhood cancer journey.
Childhood Cancer Canada has hit the $1 million raised milestone through our partnership with the St. Baldrick’s Foundation! Volunteers from across Canada have organized St. Baldrick’s head-shaving events that have raised critical funds for the best childhood cancer research in the country!