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WHAT'S THE BUZZ ABOUT?
It’s fun, for a good cause and open to all ages.
The One Mission Kid's Cancer Buzz-Off is a fun and unforgettable event where participants shave their heads in honor and support of kids with cancer. Participants raise money by asking family and friends to make a donation in exchange for their promise to shave their heads. Proceeds from the Kid’s Cancer Buzz-Off benefit Boston's Children's Hospital and the life-changing care and vital programs and services they provide to help kids beat cancer.
Heard the Buzz?
The 2013 Kid’s Cancer Buzz-Off was a tremendous success. On Sunday, June 9th over 865 people came together to shave their heads in honor and support of kids with cancer. These amazing men, women and children raised over $1 Million for pediatric cancer patients and their families at Boston Children’s Hospital. Our heartfelt thanks and appreciation are extended to all of our participants, donors and sponsors for making this event a huge success. You have truly made a difference in the lives of children with cancer.
It’s Not Too Late to Give!
Donate to the Kid’s Cancer Buzz-Off today. All donations made to the Kid’s Cancer Buzz-Off are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
Join us next year!
Be the first to know about our 2014 event! Sign-up for the Kid’s Cancer Buzz-Off mail list & receive advance notification on registration for next year’s event. – click here
Thank You for your tremendous support!
About One Mission
One Mission is a childhood cancer foundation is dedicated to enhancing the lives of pediatric cancer patients and their families. A registered 501 (c) (3) foundation, it provides help, hope, care, and support to children and their families touched by pediatric cancer. One Mission funds patient and family support services, cutting-edge cancer research, and programs and services that help children and their families cope with the many physical, emotional and financial challenges associated with this disease. All of the programs it funds directly benefit children and adolescents diagnosed with cancer, the families who support them, and the medical community who compassionately cares for them.