Last year was the first time that I hosted this event for Children's Hospital (but I didn't get shaved). I'm incredibly grateful that I was given this opportunity. I was able to meet so many selfless individuals who are devoted to the cause of finding cures for childhood cancers. I met volunteers from the hospital, doctors, cancer survivors, and mothers whose children had been diagnosed with cancer. It was an emotional day, but a very fun one, too.
I encourage all my LA people to come on out on April 14 to meet some amazing people, eat, drink, and watch me and some other folks lose their hair. Also, since this is about raising money, I need all my people to "sponsor" me and help contribute to the cause. Personally, I think there are few, if any, causes more deserving than trying to make sure that our children stop suffering and dying from cancer. All the money you donate will go to St. Baldrick's, which is "a volunteer-driven charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long and healthy lives."
I have my own webpage for the event where you can make a donation. On my page, you'll see that I'm honoring Keeghan Barry. Make sure you read about him. He will forever be 12 years old. I met his mother last year when she shaved her head (she's the one on the left in my pic on my webpage for the event). She is an ultra-cool woman who continues to be committed to eradicating pediatric cancers and honoring her son's memory.
Let me know if you want to shave your head or if you're a woman who would find me attractive with a shaved head. I'm trying to plan ahead :).