First of all, the Walnut Creek Intermediate student has so far raised $1,000. He's donating this money towards efforts by Walnut Creek police officers to pull together $100,000 for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a nonprofit organization that hosts head-shaving parties to raise money and to show solidarity for kids diagnosed with cancer.
Brendan will be at a WCPD-sponsored head-shaving party in Civic Park next Tuesday afternoon. And, yes, Brendan will be saying good bye to the hair on his head.
However, the hair he'll be losing Tuesday won't be blond. Not anymore. That's because Brendan, with the help of his grandmother Paula Miller, has been having fun making a fashion statement with the hair he will soon lose--while also learning valuable lessons about himself and helping others.
Says Paula Miller about the photos shown here: "