A young Kaitlyn Green shows the hair she had cut off at the February 16 shavathon.
Community members from Edenvale came together at a recent shavathon to raise funds and awareness for the Cancer Association of SA (Cansa).
Also read: Residents show they care
The shavathon, initiated by community member Chad Alexander, was held on February 16.
Also read: Community shows off its colourful side at Shavathon 2016
Community members were invited to cut, shave or colour their hair.
“This year I donated my hair, which I had grown for five years,” said Chad.
During the course of the year Chad, with the assistance of FINHR Recruitment and First Trade, hopes to raise R100 000 for Cansa.
For more news and interesting articles, like Bedfordview and Edenvale NEWS on Facebook or follow us on Twitter
A surprised Chad Alexander struggles with Cansa representative Monica Mphelo, who can’t wait to cut his hair. Kaitlyn Green getting her hair sprayed after she donated her hair to Cansa on February 16. Community member Graeme Stuart gets his hair shaved at the Edenvale shavathon on February 16. Community member Chad Alexander and Corrien Roro of Cansa stand together at the shavathon. A panicked Chad Alexander struggles with Cansa representatives eager to cut his hair. Seen here are Monica Mphelo, Chad and Corrien Roro. A young Kaitlyn Green, with colourful hair, shows the hair she had cut off at the February 16 shavathon.