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The Foundation raises money for childhood cancer research primarily through head-shaving events.[1] Volunteers, sponsored by family, friends and employers, shave their heads in solidarity with children who typically lose their hair during cancer treatment.
Baldrick’s was devised in 1999 by three Irish-American reinsurance executives from New York City, and grew from a single event to a nationwide effort in a relatively short period of time; it is now claimed to be the world’s first and largest volunteer fundraiser for childhood cancer research.
Baldrick’s Foundation is a childhood cancer charity funding research to help find cures for children with cancer.
Baldrick’s research grants help fill crucial funding gaps at medical institutions where children are treated for cancer, ensuring the finest care for every child.
Baldrick’s Foundation became a non-profit organization in 2005 and makes grants to research organizations that meet stringent criteria and share the Foundation’s commitment to fiscal responsibility and emphasis on research.
Baldrick's Foundation to shave your head or plan an event that helps kids with cancer! The money you raise could fund the next research project that finds a cure for childhood cancers.
Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer-driven charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long, healthy lives.
And yet, all types of childhood cancers combined receive only 4% of the U.S. federal funding for cancer research.
In the U.S., more children die of childhood cancer than any other disease — more than AIDS, asthma, cystic fibrosis, congenital anomalies and diabetes combined.
Whether it’s through our signature head-shaving events, partnerships or advocacy initiatives, our primary focus is to have the greatest impact for kids with cancer around the world.
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This PSA is designed to increase awareness about childhood cancers and the critical importance for infants, children and in particular teens and young adults with childhood cancers to be treated by pediatric oncologists — survival for teens and young adults is far greater when treated on pediatric cancer protocols.
Baldrick's Foundation funds lifesaving childhood cancer research to find cures and give children long and healthy lives.
Baldrick's Foundation & Stand Up To Cancer Featuring Samuel L.
Baldrick's Foundation & Stand Up to Cancer Featuring Samuel L.
Baldrick's Foundation and Stand Up to Cancer featuring actor Samuel L.
Beginning at 4:30 p.m. and running until 6:30 p.m., Ron the Ref and Mike Maniscalco from 99.9 The Fan ESPN Radio will emcee as a team of stylists from SportClips shave heads on PNC Arena’s South Plaza.
Baldrick’s prior to the game on the arena’s South Plaza will each receive two (2) tickets to the game against the New York Islanders and have their picture taken with the Eye Care Associates Storm Squad.
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In an effort to help raise awareness for childhood cancer, the Carolina Hurricanes will host their annual St.
Baldrick’s Foundation raises awareness and funds to cure children’s cancer by supporting cancer research and fellowships.
Baldrick's Foundation is a childhood cancer charity funding the most promising research to help find cures for kids with cancer.
Baldrick’s Foundation raises funds for childhood cancer research by hosting worldwide head-shaving events, where volunteers shave their heads in public to show solidarity with the children who typically lose their hair during treatments.
Baldrick’s events have raised more than $69 million, providing research grants to enable doctors and scientists at over 200 institutions to pursue the most promising new cures for childhood cancer and to help make clinical trials available to more children than ever.
We're a charity funding the world's most promising research to #ConquerKidsCancer.
Every 3 minutes, a family hears their child has #cancer.
Have an annual report available to all, on request, that includes: (a) the organization’s mission statement, (b) a summary of the past year’s program service accomplishments, (c) a roster of the officers and members of the board of directors, (d) financial information that includes (i) total income in the past fiscal year, (ii) expenses in the same program, fund raising and administrative categories as in the financial statements, and (iii) ending net assets.
Address privacy concerns of donors by (a) providing in written appeals, at least annually, a means (e.g., such as a check off box) for both new and continuing donors to inform the charity if they do not want their name and address shared outside the organization, (b) providing a clear, prominent and easily accessible privacy policy on any of its websites that tells visitors (i) what information, if any, is being collected about them by the charity and how this information will be used, (ii) how to contact the charity to review personal information collected and request corrections, (iii) how to inform the charity (e.g., a check off box) that the visitor does not wish his/her personal information to be shared outside the organization, and (iv) what security measures the charity has in place to protect personal information.
Volunteers shave their heads in solidarity with kids fighting cancer and family and friends give generously – worldwide.
Every year, we gather the community for a one-day event that brings together teams of people willing to shave their heads bald as a sign of solidarity with children who are fighting cancer.
In memory of our son, we created a not for profit organization that, since it’s inception, has remained committed to helping childhood cancer families in Northern California through our Patient Care, Research, Advocacy, and Education funds.
To support children with cancer and their families by providing emotional, educational, and financial support, while increasing awareness and funding research toward a cure.
Baldrick’s shavees shave their head in solidarity with kids fighting cancer while raising money from friends and family.
Shear amazingness! How much money would it take to shave your head? What if all that money went to making a difference in the lives of children battling cancer? That’s what St.
Baldrick’s Foundation by making a donation on our behalf to support childhood cancer research.
Together, UC Davis and Boston’s Dana Farber Cancer Institute began a coordinated care program for Keaton.
Baldrick’s funding has made a powerful impact, including contributing to five major childhood cancer research accomplishments: a new cure for neuroblastoma; an improved cure rate for a common type of childhood cancer; raising the cure rate from 20% to 70% for rare type of childhood leukemia; accelerating scientific discovery for rare cancers; and training the next generation of childhood cancer researchers.
Baldrick’s Foundation, a leader in the childhood cancer community, is a volunteer-driven charity committed to funding the most-promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long and healthy lives.
Baldrick’s Foundation remains the largest funder of childhood cancer research grants, second only to the U.S. government.
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An event involving completely shaving one's head, be it to support a cure for cancer or just for the lulz.
Every year around Saint Paticks Day at kitty Hoynes we hold a fund raiser for this charity to help them get closer to finding this cure.
The main premise of the charity is that people raise money by promising to shave their heads on the day of the fund raiser.
We started our fund raiser in 2005 and it has grown and grown every year with the number of participants that want to take part.
Organizer Linda Swackhamer, her husband David and other members of three generations of the family took the buzz in memory of their granddaughter, Rayanna Marrero, a Sergeantsville girl who lost her five-year battle with cancer in 2012 at age 8.
The second annual event, held at the Sergeantsville firehouse, drew firefighters, police officers and even Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli, of Hillsborough, who represents Stockton and Delaware Township, among other towns in the region, in the state Legislature.
About 75 people came clean and shaved their heads Sunday to raise more than $40,000 to fight childhood cancer.
Baldrick’s Foundation raises money for childhood cancer research to find a cure for these terrible diseases.
Did you know 175,000 children are diagnosed with a form of cancer each year? That means every 3 minutes a child is diagnosed! There are over a dozen types of childhood cancers that take hold of children’s lives.
Baldrick’s Foundation is dedicated to childhood cancer research.
Baldrick's has committed more than $101 million in research grants since 2005  and the Foundation now funds more in childhood cancer research grants than any organization except the U.S. government.
Children battling cancer…. This organization has integrity, strong individuals with obviously open hearts, sharing their love, time and care for such a wonderful purpose, raising money for our youth that have been affected by such a terrible disease.
Baldrick's Foundation is a volunteer-driven charity committed to funding the most-promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long and healthy lives.
If you have ever questioned where to make your money matter, or where to share or give back to your community or know a child that has ever suffered or lost their life to cancer please trust this non profit organization, they live by their mission statement.
Baldrick's signature head-shaving events are the world's largest volunteer-driven fundraising opportunity benefitting childhood cancer research.
Funds raised at each event will allow the Foundation to award research and infrastructure grants to childhood cancer researchers in the world to find cures and improve the quality of life for patients and survivors.
Baldrick’s is best known for its signature head-shaving events where volunteers shave their heads to stand in solidarity with the kids who typically lose their hair during cancer treatments.
The Irish-themed event, filled with music, auctions, food, dancing and drinks takes place at the Scottish Rite Auditorium (315 White Horse Pike) from noon to 5 p.m. St.
Your fundraising efforts will raise much-needed research support and your bald head will be a display of solidarity with kids who have cancer – most of whom don’t get to choose how to style their hair today.
Immediately after opening ceremonies, we will commence head painting by Once Upon a Face Paint; music by DJ E-Train; photos by Heidi Curran Photography& Ben Sachs Photography; an over the top bake sale; and of course….head shaving by Salon V and Salon Vivid.
We have had to move the event from a bar on St Patrick’s day to midday on a Sunday as children began shaving their heads…slowly overtaking the adults! We have stopped using sharp razors (in dim lit bars) and moved to clippers (on well lit stages).
A free and easy (cheek swab) bone marrow drive will be going on so that interested, healthy adults ages 18-44 can join the Be the Match bone marrow registry & potentially save a life.
Baldrick’s event shave their heads in exchange for donations towards cures for childhood cancers and giving survivors long and healthy lives.
Since then, we have been fortunate enough to have had thousands of supporters, we have watched the event grow, enjoying the Field, the Bear & Grill and the Arena at Harbor Yard.

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