Collegiate members need your support in their St. Baldrick’s Event

This year, the Georgia Tech chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon is participating in a nationwide philanthropy event sponsored by St. Baldrick’s Foundation for childhood cancer research. St. Baldrick’s funds more childhood cancer research grants than any other organization, second only to the government. Last year, the Beta Pi chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Georgia Tech participated in this event and raised $15,845.

The event is simple. Volunteers have their heads shaved to show support for kids who usually lose their hair due to cancer treatments, and each “shavee” receives donations to support their dedication. This year, Tau Kappa Epsilon is looking to be the top team at our event and raise over $18,000

If you’d like to donate money:
2. On the right you’ll see 3 TKE members’ names, above that click “View All Team Members”
3. You’ll see a list of all the members shaving their heads. To the right of each name you’ll see a black box titled “Donate”, click any of those boxes to the right of any name and you can handle it from there!
OR
Click on https://www.stbaldricks.org/donate/to/teamid/73084 to donate to the entire team (and not an individual member on our team).
Feel free to look at all the other pages describing the foundation and the event that we are participating in. We’d really appreciate your help if you are willing to donate or not. Please forward this message to your friends, co-workers, and family!

Again, thank you for supporting our entire fraternity in this philanthropic event!

Also, note that this can be used as a tax write-off for individuals and entire companies!

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