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This past Saturday, Top Shelf Design’s own, Brendan Kiel, shaved his head to raise awareness and money for childhood cancer. Head shaving is a symbolic way to show support to the many children and families around the world who are affected by childhood cancer, but it only scratches the surface of what can be done to help. As promised, here are the before and after photos of Brendan during the event in Raleigh, NC! A huge THANK YOU to everyone who participated in helping is reach our goal, we raised over $2,300!
Even though the event is over, the battle against childhood cancer is not, you can still help! Please read this letter from from TSD’S Founder to find out how you can take action and stand up to childhood cancer:
Dear Friends of TSD,
I’d like you to join me in a great event supporting research for childhood cancer. We can all think of a friend or family member who has been affected by the various cancers that afflict children. Denny, a 4-year-old in our daughter’s class has been battling hepatoblastoma for the past two years, and I’m participating in a great event to honor him.
On March 1, I’ll be shaving my head as part of a fundraiser for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. This is an efficient and effective organization that donated more than $25 million last year to childhood cancer research. Our event, at The Factory in Wake Forest, NC has 252 participants, and has already raised $61,000. At 10:00am, my hair will be shaved, and great “after” pictures will be taken!
If you’d like to support me, any amount would be GREATLY appreciated. Please follow the link to my personal fundraising page. My goal is to raise $5,000 this year, and hopefully the wonderful clients and friends of Top Shelf Design will take the lead in meeting or even exceeding this goal!
Top Shelf Design