More than 20 St. Baldrick’s events happening in Metro Atlanta in March.
“Everything helps in this important fight against kids’ cancer.”
Those are the words of longtime Atlanta radio personality, Rich “Sully” Sullivan.
Sullivan, who currently is heard on iHeartRadio’s 640 WGST here in Atlanta each weekday from Noon- 2 p.m on “The Sully Show” is one of the names around Atlanta that is involved in St, Baldrick’s Day festivities this month.
While St. Baldrick’s events are held all over Georgia, Sullivan will be holding court at Meehan’s in Sandy Springs.
Sullivan is passionate about this cause and says it’s time for more people to get involved.
No child should have to endure cancer. St. Baldrick’s funds live-saving pediatric cancer research. Every year, thousands and thousands of men, women and children answer the call and join St. Baldrick’s in raising the money needed in the fight against kids’ cancers. Like many others, I am having my head shaved to stand in solidarity with the kids who often lose their hair during chemo. Don’t worry: you do not have to shave your head to make a difference. Volunteer, donate or simply help spread the word.
The upcoming event at Meehan’s in Sandy Springs will be my 7th year with St. Baldrick’s. What’s great about our group is that everyone comes with something to contribute. Join us as we stand with these kids who are fighting for their lives.
And here’s a little secret about St. Baldrick’s- It’s a blast! So many people coming together to do for others and getting to have a whole lot of fun in the process.
Head shaving can seem like a weird thing – and it is. But there’s a reason for it. Children often lose their hair during treatments for various forms of cancer. When we shave our heads, we’re standing in solidarity with them, showing them that we are with them in their fight and that they are not alone.
Sullivan’s donation page is here: https://www.stbaldricks.org/participants/richsullivan
Full details on all at the St. Baldrick’s events at stbaldricks.org/atlanta