Welcome to funrazor Auckland/Northland!

Are you passionate about the cause and willing to lose your locks to prove it? Then shaving your lid for a brave kid is for you! 

funrazor is one of our favourite fundraising initiatives here at the Child Cancer Foundation! It's great fun and it's for a great cause! Kids with cancer don't get any choice about whether they lose their hair, so choosing to shave your lid for a brave kid inspires awareness, shows your support and proves to them that being bald doesn't mean that you aren't beautiful!

Any big shave events you can join in your region are listed below, or you can organise one yourself, or shave your head in the comfort of your own home. 

Once you've set up your online fundraising page, get sharing, challenge yourself or your funrazor team to get onto our leaderboards, and be a champion for child cancer.

To commit to our cause, hit the "Start Fundraising" button today!

Child Cancer Foundation Inc

Every week more than three children in New Zealand are diagnosed with cancer. A child having cancer is probably one of the toughest things a family will ever go through. But Child Cancer Foundation is here to maintain hope and provide strength. We help with the big things like emotional, social and practical support. But also the little things they have probably never even thought about.

Right now Child Cancer Foundation is helping over 500 families across New Zealand.

To be able to support these families, Child Cancer Foundation must raise at least $6 million every year. We receive no direct government funding, so achieve this ambitious target through a variety of national and local fundraising activities and with the help of generous peer to peer fundraisers such as you.

Thank you for your support!

Child Cancer Foundation Inc is a registered charity under the Charities Act 2005, registration number CC20434.

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Get in touch with your friendly local fundraiser Liz

EML   latkinson@childcancer.org.nz 
PHN   09 303 9976
MOB  021 574 545

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