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  • Helping Handcuffing Childhood Cancer
    Helping Handcuffing Childhood Cancer

    A total of 47 Individuals of all ages get their heads shaved for the 11th Annual St. Baldrick's Fundraiser at the VFW in Pueblo West

  • Go Big Provided The Entertainment
    Go Big Provided The Entertainment

    Music, games and fun were had by all!

  •  The Food Court at St. Baldrick's
    The Food Court at St. Baldrick's

    Hamburgers and Brisket sandwiches were on the menu for the 11th Annual St. Baldrick's Fundraiser at the VFW in Pueblo West.


By NICOLE HEINS | Mar. 18, 2022

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - Pueblo West residents are coming together Saturday to go bald and raise money for childhood cancer research.

The event begins at 11 a.m. Saturday and goes until 4 p.m. at the Pueblo West VFW Post 5812 building (located at 127 East Spaulding Avenue, Pueblo West, CO 81007).

This is the 11th event they have put on and are planning to raise more than $20,000 dollars. 34 people will reportedly shave their heads during the event to fund the research to find cures and better treatments for kids with cancer.

Click HERE  to view a video put together by KKTV's for the St. Baldrick's head shaving event in Pueblo West!

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 THANK YOU FOR OVER
Six (7) Successful Years

Year
2022
2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014

Goal
$30,000
$26,000
$20,000
$9,999
$5,000
$1,000
$500
$100

Raised
$43,000+
$17,513
$22,332
$17,223
$7,724
$2,577
$646
$257

 

 

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