Go Bald for Pediatric Cancer Research

Go Bald for Pediatric Cancer Research

FM99 and The Fox are going bald (virtually) to supporting the efforts of St. Baldrick’s Foundation which shaves heads to raise money for pediatric cancer research.

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A message from the ladies of Marketing Monster, Karen and Erica.
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We’ve teamed up with 1st Advantage Credit Union to have our heads shaved on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2013.

We will stand in solidarity with kids fighting cancer, but more importantly, to raise money to find cures. None of this happens unless you donate! We need to raise $15,000 by March 17.

Select the link below to help make us wear lots of hats this spring! Join us on March 17 if you want to watch it all happen live and drink green beer together!

You can join the crusade along with FM99, 106.9 The Fox and Marketing Monster in becoming follicly challenged, almost!  Just donate $25 or more, upload an image here and Marketing Monster will transform you into a virtual bald supporter, just like all the jocks from FM99 and The Fox on this page.

Help Marketing Monsters reach their $15,000 goal by March 15th.

DONATE TO ST. BALDRICK’S PEDIATRIC CANCER RESEARCH HERE

For more information CLICK HERE

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Make a donation to benefit Children’s Cancer Research

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