Get your school shaving
Let your hair down for the Leukaemia Foundation’s World’s Greatest Shave – let's see students, parents and teachers joining in the fun!
It’s a great way to bring the school community together, for students to show their leadership skills and for everyone to learn the value of supporting a great cause
The money your school raises will give families facing blood cancer the emotional and practical support they need and fund vital research that will help more people survive blood cancers like lymphoma, leukaemia and myeloma, while improving their quality of life.
Our 2018 School’s Challenge offers certificates or awards for the high schools who raise the most in State, as well as bragging rights, of course!
So let’s get shaving to help beat blood cancer.
Here's some ideas:
Encourage teachers and students to get sponsored to shave their hair.
Host an event where the school community can get involved (think temporary coloured hairspray, gold coin collections, cake stalls).
Hold your event in December so your hair can grow back during the summer holidays!
Set a target for your whole school. For example, raise $200 and one teacher shaves, raise $500 and all the teachers shave, raise $1,000 and the principal shaves too!
Not everyone needs to shave. You can use temporary hair colour which washes out the next day if you're not-so-brave!
Invite everyone to join your team by email, put posters up, post invitations on social media and send texts to your friends.
Include the details of your fundraising in the school newsletter to parents.
Create your own tasty chin-faces! Quickly make 100 and sell them for $2! That's an easy $200 cash.
You MUST get a consent form signed by a guardian AND a teacher.
No matter the mane there's some serious classroom kudos up for grabs if you join in the fun of shaving.
If you waive the shave you can still have a blast with coloured hair spray.
Our team is ready to help. You'll get posters, emails, online fundraising pages and heaps more.
You can can take this term or next, or during World's Greatest Shave on March 14-18.
It's up to you!
There are certificates and awards to be won by the childcare centres, primary and high schools and colleges that raise the most in their state.
So let's get your school shaving and you could win a state award.
Blood cancers like leukaemia and lymphoma are the most common cancers in children and teenagers.The World's Greatest Shave Schools Challenge is your chance to help them.