Want to rally your school around a positive activity that will have a positive and direct impact on your community?

Instill altruism and generosity in students by organizing a Leucan Shaved Head Challenge at school.

Each year, over a hundred schools take part in the Leucan Shaved Head Challenge to support cancer-stricken children and their families. For many schools, the Challenge becomes a much-awaited annual event that brings everyone together.

Ready to take the plunge?

Having a Leucan Shaved Head Challenge during the pandemic is just as moving and impactful.

Be inspired by this group of students and staff from Collège Trinité and Collège Jean-de-la-Mennais who took on the Challenge virtually last spring:

Once your decision is made, it’s time to register online!

Have on hand the following:

  • Whether you shave your head or not, if you’re the organizer you must create a fundraising page online for your group so students, teachers and staff will be able to join it.
  • A team name for your group. Tip: give your group page a name that’s easy to find by those who might want to join or donate to – like the name of your school!
  • Your fundraising goal to help cancer-stricken children and their families. Tip: in 2020, even during the pandemic, participants raised over $1,000 on average. The bigger the team, the bigger goal!

Once your fundraising page is created online, display and send the web link so that people can click to join the group!