In Sarawak, much of the population are still unaware that children can get cancer. You can change this, and share with your friends and family why you are choosing to brave the shave, in support of the little fighters, and help in efforts to increase early detection.
Offer a Public Demonstration of Support
When you make the decision to GoBald, you’re letting the kids with cancer know that it’s ok to lose their hair, that you are walking this challenging journey with them, that they are not alone in their fight.
Raise funds to help children with cancer, and their families
Each year, our expenses are approximately at RM1.5million, to help the kids along their journey, from providing accommodation and monthly financial aid, to helping out with specialised treatments and hospital equipment. Every sen counts.
HOW to join?
Step 1. Register online
Step 2. Choose to raise funds or, raise funds AND GoBald!
Step 3. Book your salon appointment starting from 30th August, come during your allocated time slot, and GoBald!
Unable to access our partner salons for your shave? Contact us here for more information!
Video tutorial on How to Join here
Video tutorial on How to Register here
- About GoBald
First launched in 2009, GoBald is the signature fundraiser for the Sarawak Children’s Cancer Society (SCCS). It is the largest and the only head-shaving event that raises funds and spreads awareness of childhood cancer. Every shaven head represents an understanding by an individual of the ordeals that a child with cancer is subjected to.
Through the GoBald campaign, we aim to:
- Raise awareness of childhood cancer in Malaysia.
- Offer a public demonstration of moral support to cancer patients and their families.
- Raise funds to help children with cancer, and their families.
934 people across Sarawak shaved their heads for children with cancer.
In 2020, GoBald aims to
How GoBald has helped SCCS
Monthly Financial Aid
Transportation claim for check-up
Support of medical equipment to ward and support of specialized medical procedures/treatment not covered by hospital
Training for doctors and nurses
Wishing Star project for palliative patients
Public awareness programs