Shaving To Beat Blood Cancer!

Braxton Takes Part In World’s Greatest Shave

Braxton Takes Part In World’s Greatest Shave

Eleven year old Braxton Selkirk from Tamborine never got to meet his grandmother Narelle who passed away from a rare form of blood cancer before he was born. Narelle’s son Bucky, after growing his hair and beard for over three years, did a Shave for a Cure in Robina Town Centre, back in 2008, to raise money for the cause. Following in his father footsteps, Braxton is taking part in Shave for a Cure on 29th March @ Tamborine Mountain State School with Principal Mr Jason Smith who has also signed up.
With no screening programs available and no means of prevention through lifestyle changes, blood cancer is Australia’s hidden cancer crisis. Every day, 53 Aussies are diagnosed with blood cancer, and 16 will lose their life.

Braxton decided to take part in the Leukaemia Foundation’s World’s Greatest Shave saying “I’ll be raising crucial funds that help give those facing blood cancer all the support and information they need, while driving breakthrough research projects discovering better ways to diagnose and treat blood cancer. You have the power to help me make an extraordinary difference. Big or small, every donation counts. Will you help by sponsoring me?”

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Braxton Takes Part In World’s Greatest Shave To Beat Blood Cancer