Celebrate 20 Years of Supporting Pediatric Cancer Research! Register to be a part of Keaton’s 20th Annual “Brave the Shave” fundraiser for pediatric cancer research in partnership with the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
Join us on Saturday, March 26th at the Westfield Galleria at Roseville, 12 pm – 3 pm, outside on the Promenade. Celebrate this huge milestone and be a part of the festivities!
Brave the Shave and sign up to have your head shaved! Participate as an individual, create a team or join an existing team. It’s easy and as we always say “Bald is Beautiful.” Fundraise! Set a goal, create a challenge, inspire others to join the cause, and make a difference for children battling cancer. We’ll provide the tools and the inspiration, you provide the creativity and rally your friends, family, neighbors, co-workers, and everyone you know to be a part of your efforts. Select a Keaton’s Kiddo to Honor or let us help in selecting one for you. Honoring a child makes them feel special while raising awareness for childhood cancer and the ongoing research needs. Get Started Today!
Register, create your fundraising page, and set a fundraising goal. Share with EVERYONE!! Get the word out on social media and use the hashtag #Keatons4KidsCancer. https://www.stbaldricks.org/events/mypage/43/2022
Not quite ready to Brave the Shave, but looking to participate? If you aren’t quite ready to participate in having your head shaved, you can still fundraise to support pediatric cancer research. Register as a “fundraiser” to have full access to all of the fundraising tools, including your own fundraising page.
Have questions? Contact Alicia K. Shrum, event lead, at 916-208-0187 or at email@example.com.
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* Due to the contagious nature of the Coronavirus/COVID-19, the CDC and many other public health authorities are still recommend practicing social distancing (or wearing a face mask when social distancing is not possible) and utilizing hand washing/sanitizing. Keaton’s Child Cancer Alliance has put in place preventative measures to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus/COVID-19, but there is still an inherent risk.