Survivor aims to raise $1 for each new YA diagnosis with Shave

Survivor aims to raise $1 for each new YA diagnosis with Shave

Chris Chow stopped cutting his hair back in August. He doesn’t like it, and thinks of it as a “hideous, massive” clump of hair on his head, but it’s part of the fourth stage of a type of remission recognition plan that sees him undertake a large philanthropic or personal venture each year.

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Shining a spotlight on the uber engaged

Since 2006, March has been taken over by Shave for the Brave here at YACC. While it’s our largest fundraiser, it’s by no means the only way people help out, so this month we’re going to shine the spotlight on some of the superstars in our community who take the time to help their cancer peers.

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