As our Commitment to Community, Northwood Garage is proud to be teaming up with other local business and our neighbors to once again to support St. Baldrick’s Foundation. As in the past Cooper Hill Pizzeria will be hosting the event. Josh and his family is inviting you all to join us for this great cause. Below are the details, with links, so you can learn more and even be part of something really great!
Brave a Shave for Kids with Cancer
Because kids with cancer often lose their hair during treatment, “shavees℠” for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation show their support by shaving their heads voluntarily, and inspiring friends and family to donate money to support childhood cancer research. This fun event will be held at Cooper Hill Pizzeria again this year, so it’s a great reason to stop by for lunch, a beverage…. and get your head shaved! There will also be a raffle with offerings from local businesses up for grabs – including Northwood Garage of course!
Cooper Hill Pizzeria
Apr 16, 2016 • Time TBD
At: Cooper Hill Pizzeria
261 First NH Tpke, Northwood, NH US
Need more info? Contact Judy Pease She a really nice lady!
…honestly it was one of the best experiences I have had, not only shaving, but walking around bald and being able to inspire others… — Eric M.
Shaving my head for St. Baldrick’s is the most meaningful thing I have ever done in my life. — Alicia D.
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer-powered charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long, healthy lives.
How it started
An Idea is Born, July 4th 1999
Tim Kenny issues a challenge to colleagues John Bender and Enda McDonnell: How will you give back in return for your own good fortune in business? Enda’s thick head of hair gives John the big idea—shave their heads for donations to raise funds for kids with cancer.
$100 million mark in research grant funding
St. Baldrick’s volunteers raise more than $30 million in 2012 by shaving heads and raising funds in bold new ways. This year’s record-setting fundraising efforts allow the foundation to mark a milestone—$100 million in childhood cancer research grants since 2005.