Friday (Sep 30) was recognised as the end of childhood cancer awareness month.
Students and staff at the Cayman Prep and High school hosted the “Shave for the Brave” event at their school to raise money for Hannah’s Heroes and the St. Baldrick’s Foundation while donated some of their hair to make wigs for children living with cancer.
Teacher Katie Devlin had high praises for the charitable efforts.
“This is by far one of the biggest things that we’ve done and it’s really lovely to see the children and the staff commit to making money and giving back to the community that we all live in,” Ms. Devlin said.
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