Over 30 Roswell Park employees and friends went Bald For Bucks on Tuesday, February 18, to raise money for life saving research and show their support for cancer patients and survivors. Participants shaved their heads bald, cut and donated hair, and even shaved their beards!
This summer, nominations were opened for the Herd of Hope Hero Award, which honored an individual in the Western New York community who exudes hope for loved ones, community and cures.
Hearing that someone you love has been diagnosed with cancer is never an easy thing to handle, but sometimes we can make the best of it. Aiden Devine is a sixth-grader at Emmet Belknap Intermediate School in Lockport, New York.
The Yroswell Kicking Cancer Tournament grew from my own experience with cancer.
Nichols School held an amazing event for their 11th time Goin' Bald For Bucks last week on Wednesday, March 6, and raised a total of $14,000! All of the students were passionate about helping to raise money for life-changing cancer research at Roswell Park C
Transit Middle School just completed their fourth Bald For Bucks event on Friday, March 1.
Whether you are celebrating your birthday or honoring a loved one, it is easier than ever to turn your passions, hobbies and special moments into funding for the next lifesaving cancer treatments.
Giving back to the community is something Marty Biron always enjoyed as a goalie for the Buffalo Sabres. After retiring from the NHL in 2013, he “wanted to keep that relationship with the community going.” Partnering with Bald for Bucks and the Sabres was the perfect solution.
If you ever tune into Kiss 98.5, you’ve probably heard about Bald for Bucks. Every year, Kiss and DJ Anthony invite students to participate in in-studios where the kids come to the station to talk about their experience Goin’ Bald for Bucks.