Pink Shirt/Crazy Hair/Shave for a cure day - Wednesday 18 May

Eight Kiwis – adults and children – are diagnosed each day with a blood cancer.

There's a good chance that they may lose their hair through chemotherapy because it can harm their hair follicles. 

This can be a difficult, scary, and isolating experience.

On the 18th of May, we will be a having a mufti day for Pink shirt and Crazy Hair day, where students will wear pink shirts to stand together against bullying and will also style their hair in crazy ways to fundraise for students shaving their hair off for blood cancer and leukaemia. 

If you'd like to show your support you can donate here"