What it means to support Sanford Health through Brave the Shave

Brave the Shave is offering more opportunities to fight childhood cancer this year. Participants and donors are determining where their donations go. Want to help fund childhood cancer research at the national level? Support local families battling childhood cancer? Give back to the local facilities that aid in advancing children’s health? It’s up to the person being brave.

There are five choices on bravetheshave.coop: St. Baldrick’s Foundation, Brave the Shave Family Fund, Bismarck Cancer Center Foundation, CHI St. Alexius Health’s NICU, and Sanford Health – Pediatric Oncology.

This annual multi-state charitable campaign raises money for pediatric cancer. The sole mission is to help kids, their families and support the full spectrum of their cancer journey. Since starting this campaign in 2008, more than 2,000 of people have volunteered at Brave the Shave events, cut their hair or shaved their heads to support impacted children, raising nearly $2 million.

Dr. Craig Lambrecht

Dr. Craig Lambrecht getting ready to Brave the Shave in 2011. Lambrecht is a long-time supporter of the mission.

Sanford Health Pediatric Oncology has expert oncologists, the only specialists in the western region treating children with cancer.

They are a part of a team who provide care in a state-of-the-art facility – a family-centered environment with strong community support. Sanford Health’s research program assists physicians in finding new and improved treatments and therapies including clinical trials.

Watch the video to hear from Dr. Craig Lambrecht, president of Sanford Bismarck. Lambrecht is a long-time supporter of Brave the Shave. Scroll down for more posts featuring him.

Learn more about Sanford’s Brave the Shave event to be held March 3.

Featured videos
Sanford Health Bismarck CEO Craig Lambrecht shaves for St. Baldrick’s
Basin Electric Brave the Shave 2013
Sanford Health Brave the Shave 2014
Sanford Health – Bismarck braves the shave for St. Baldrick’s

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