T-Mobile operated by Wireless Vision in Fraklin PaT-Mobile operated by Wireless Vision in Fraklin Park, Ill., will host a St. Baldrick's Foundation head-shaving event to raise funds and awareness for lifesaving childhood cancer research on Wednesday, June 13. With a goal of raising $15,000, local volunteers will go bald to support the Foundation's mission to take childhood back from cancer.
What: T-Mobile operated by Wireless Vision in Fraklin Park, Ill., will host a St. Baldrick’s Foundation head-shaving event to raise funds and awareness for lifesaving childhood cancer research on Wednesday, June 13. With a goal of raising $15,000, local volunteers will go bald to support the Foundation’s mission to take childhood back from cancer.
St. Baldrick’s shavee, Stephen Smith, will be shaving his head for a third time this year. Being one of Wireless Vision’s biggest advocates for St. Baldrick’s, his fundraising efforts have helped the Chicago-Wireless Vision Conquers Childhood Cancer event reach their fundraising goal and recruit more people to shave and participate.
Since the event first started in 2016, volunteers, participants and shavees have raised nearly $30,000.
This June, in honor of National Cancer Survivors Month, support childhood cancer survivors by funding lifesaving research through events like the Wireless Vision Conquers Childhood Cancer. Together, we can give childhood cancer survivors long, healthy futures.
For more information, check out the Chicago – Wireless Vision Conquers Childhood Cancer event page.
Why: Wireless Vision LLC is a family-owned business established in 2004 and based in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Wireless Vision now operates over 500 T-Mobile locations in 26 States across the U.S. They have expereicned tremendous growth in the last couple of years with acquisitions and organic growth. The company’s leadership team credits its success to providing customers with the best sales and services in the industry. Wireless Vision is equally dedicated to cultivating and caring for both existing and acquired employees and has been regularly voted Top Place to Work.
One in five children diagnosed with cancer will not survive. As the largest private funder of childhood cancer research grants, St. Baldrick’s Foundation is leading the charge to take childhood back from cancer. Donations raised at events like this support the development of childhood cancer treatments that give kids their best chance at growing up cancer free.
When: Wednesday, June 13
Event will start at 1 p.m.
Event will end at 4 p.m. Head-shaving will begin at 2 p.m.
Where: T-Mobile Operated by Wireless Vision
2926 Mannheim Rd
Franklin Park, IL 60103
Who: St. Baldrick’s shaveesSM, volunteers, supporters and donors
Contact: Vanessa Hanna; email@example.com
Day of Event: Angela Carraro; 708-369-8359, firstname.lastname@example.org