Through the Go Bald campaign, we aim to:
First launched in 2009, Go Bald is the signature fundraiser for the Sarawak Children’s Cancer Society (SCCS). It is the largest and the only head-shaving event that raises funds and spreads awareness of childhood cancer. Every shaven head represents an understanding by an individual of the ordeals that a child with cancer is subjected to.
- Raise awareness of childhood cancer in Malaysia
- Offer a public demonstration of moral support to cancer patients and their families.
- Tell children with cancer that it’s ok to be bald
- Raise funds to help children with cancer, and their families.
- Build a community of support for children with cancer, and their families
All funds raised from the Go Bald campaign contributes to the RM 1.5 million needed annually to run the vital services provided for the children and their families by SCCS.
This year, we hope to encourage at least 1,200 participants to join our cause and raise RM 1 million to aid children and families impacted by cancer.
To create your fundraising page, click the red "Start Fundraising" button and follow the steps.
Funds raised from Go Bald will be utilized for the following purposes:
- To provide accommodation, food and transportation for outstation patients and their caregivers receiving treatment in Kuching and Miri General Hospital.
- To provide financial assistance to needy families with children suffering from childhood cancer.
- To provide medical support by way of donation of medical equipment, aid and consumables, and to finance out-of-state transplants that are not provided by the Sarawak General Hospital
- To provide emotional support to patient & families
- To organize fun outings, monthly birthday celebrations and annual camps for cancer patients and their families
- To carry out educational craft activities for children who are undergoing treatment at the ward and boarding at the halfway home
- To develop materials on childhood cancer, organize talks to raise awareness about childhood cancer for the public, and educate caregivers on relevant information needed to care for a child battling cancer.
GoBald and #HelpKidsFightCancer