Posted by Golisano Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida on Friday, September 27, 2019

Every day in America, an estimated 43 children are diagnosed with cancer. Their average age is just 6.

On Friday, September 27, Golisano Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida's Chief Administrative Officer, Armando Llechu, along with dozens of community leaders from the Southwest Florida community will brave the shave in support of kid heroes battling cancer.

Part of childhood cancer awareness month, Clips for Cancer is an opportunity for these “sidekicks” to show their support by letting their heroes shave their heads and show them bald is beautiful. Join us back here or on Facebook beginning at 9am on Friday, September 27th to watch these heroes and their sidekicks live from your desk or mobile device!

Show your support for these heroes and their sidekicks!

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For more than 20 years, The Barbara’s Friends Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Outpatient Center at Golisano Children’s Hospital has treated more than 8,000 children with cancer and blood disorders. These young patients and families face many challenges physically, emotionally and financially. More than half of the children treated for cancer at Golisano Children’s Hospital are uninsured, on Medicaid or have no form of payment. Through Barbara’s Friends and the more than $20 million given by supporters, families are able to focus on helping their kids and no child is denied treatment because of their family’s inability to pay for services.

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You can show your support by making a donation to Barbara's Friends - Golisano Children's Hospital's Cancer Fund.

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Check out images from last year’s Clips for Cancer event on Facebook!