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Bald Brave Beautiful

BBBWebLogo1.JPGThe mission of the  Bald, Brave, Beautiful® project at Miami Children’s Health Foundation is to find cures and save children from cancer.

By setting a fundraising goal and encouraging your friends, family and colleagues to donate in support of shaving your head, you can help us achieve this mission and highlight the strength and beauty of pediatric cancer patients.

Donate today to be a part of the Bald, Brave, Beautiful® project at Miami Children's Health Foundation!

Bald, Brave, Beautiful® I Will Survive Music Video
Grammy Award-winning artist Gloria Gaynor recorded a music video with Miami Children's Hospital patients and supporters to raise funds to help find a cure and provide hope to children facing cancer. Click here to view.

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Below are some of many the Bald, Brave, Beautiful® children who have been helped by Miami Children's Hospital. Click on each child's picture to learn more about how they are doing are doing today and see the difference you can make by fundraising for this worthy cause.

Maya's Story

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Kevin's Story

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Caroline's Story

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Briana's Story

 

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Tanairy's Story

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215.JPGMiami Marlins Go Bald, Brave, Beautiful® for Miami Children's Hospital Cancer Patients

The Miami Marlins players, executives and fans stepped up for Miami Children’s Hospital cancer patients by raising funds and shedding their locks of hair all in the name of charity. Led by Left Fielder Logan Morrison who visited the children at the hospital, several of the players were joined by Marlins President David Samson, Marlins Foundation President Alfredo Mesa and fans to donate and shave their heads before The July 14 game against the Washington Nationals to support the Bald, Brave, Beautiful project at Miami Children’s Health Foundation. Most importantly, more than 30 of our cancer patients from Camp U.O.T.S. were on hand to see that being bald represents strength and beauty.