Find out more about the St. Baldrick’s Foundation – the world’s largest private funder of life-saving childhood cancer research grants, with more than $101 million granted since 2005 -- at http://www.stbaldricks.org. Find out more about the 46 Mommas, a unique fundraising team for the St. Baldrick's Foundation, at http://www.46mommas.com.
THANKS + APPRECIATION:
Deepest thanks to the incredible editor/filmmaker and wonderful human being, Sean Ross, for creating this amazing film for the 46 Mommas! Deep thanks to Sol for providing the music, "Need your Love" which can be found here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/need-your-love-feat.-ray-dalton/id496118879 Special thanks to Phil Bruno, Sean Ross, and the great people BPG for filming the 2012 Hollywood event, the 46 Mommas Shave for the Brave. Thanks also to Marc McCarthy at the St. Baldrick's Foundation for support on copy and composition.
Our good friend of ours was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. After her second bout of Chemo her hair started to fall out in clumps and she decided to have her head shaved. My partner Destiny decided to buddy up with Angelica and have her head shaved as well. Sisterly Solidarity we called it and went on to make over £2,000 to donate to Breast Cancer charity 'Macmillan Breast Cancer support'. I shot the entire movie using my Panasonic HD Video camera.
Samantha has shaved her head to support Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand (LBC) in their effort to get 10,000 people shaving in a mass expression of solidarity. That's one Shavee for each one of the estimated 10,000 New Zealanders living with a blood cancer or condition like leukaemia.
LBC is the national charity dedicated to supporting patients and their families living with blood cancers and related blood conditions, this support can last months or even years.
Shave for a Cure is LBC's signature fundraising event. LBC receives no government funding.
You can still sponsor me and help me support this great cause.http://www.shaveforacure.co.nz/view_event_profile/9104