On June 11th at Robertson Stadium, Dynamo defender Mike Chabala, fans and families of pediatric cancer patients will be hosting the 3rd Annual "Bald is Beautiful" celebration from 4:30pm to 7:30pm prior to Houston's match against Chivas USA.
I will be covering the event for the blog to help raise awareness about not just this event but all the work The Curing Children's Cancer Fund does in the effort to find a cure for childhood cancer by providing financial support for some of the country's leading pediatric cancer researchers.
As part of this event, I'm putting my hair on the line to help Mike and the CCCF reach their event goal of shaving 100 heads and raising $50,000.
I've been growing my hair out for nearly a year and I'm challenging my readers, friends and family to help raise $250 so my hair goes bye-bye on June 11th for a great cause. I promise there will before and after pictures as well for you to enjoy.
If you would like to participate and put your hair on the line, you can find out all the details here.
Here's how you can donate to get The Ginge to shave his head:
Click on the "Click to Give, Bald is Beautiful" graphic. The link will take you to a PayPal Donation Page. You can use your PayPal account or a credit card.
On the final page in PayPal, there should be a purpose line that shows "Bald is Beautiful" on the left and then your donation amount to the right. Directly underneath "Bald is Beautiful" you should see a small link that says "Add Special Instructions to the Seller". Click that and write in: Donation on behalf of Zach Woosley
You can mail a donation to:
Curing Children's Cancer Fund
14781 Memorial Drive #1491
Houston, Texas 77079
Please write the check to: The Curing Children's Cancer Fund and include, Zach Woosley, on the memo line.
The Curing Children's Cancer Center is a 501-3c non-profit committOn the final page in PayPal, there should be a purpose line that shows "Bald is Beautiful" on the left and then your donation amount to the right. Directly underneath "Bald is Beautiful" you should see a small link that says "Add Special Instructions to the Seller". Click that and write it: Donation on behalf of Zach Woosleyed to supporting research and the fight against childhood cancer. Contributions are tax deductible.