The 46 Mommas Shave for the Brave began in 2009 and has become a national phenomenon in the fight against pediatric cancer. From our 2010 appearance on Stand Up to Cancer, our 2011 meetings on Capitol Hill, and our return to LA in 2012, the Mommas are raising awareness and fighting for our children and yours. Our 4th National Shave will be in San Antonio on June 30, 2013.
The 46 Mommas website averages more than 30,000 pageviews per month, a number that will double during June; and we have more than 12,000 fans on Facebook. By supporting our efforts, you not only help fund life-saving research through the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, you also promote your business as one that cares about children and their potential.
Please indicate your level of support.
_____ HOPE ($500)
Your logo inclusion on our 46 Mommas webpage.
_____ ADVOCATE ($1,000)
“Hope” benefits and logo placement on 46 Mommas event page and name recognition on the supporter section of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation website.
_____ CHAMPION ($5,000)
“Advocate” benefits and your logo featured in press releases and displayed at 46 Mommas event in signage (provided by you) and materials. Deadline May 15, 2013.
_____ LUMINARY ($10,000)
“Champion” benefits and opportunity to present at 46 Mommas event.
_____ GOLD MEDALIST ($25,000)
“Luminary” benefits and additional customized benefits to be negotiated.
_____ LIFESAVER ($50,000)
“Gold Medalist” benefits and 2013 National sponsorship benefits from the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
All donations will be made directly to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation unless otherwise negotiated. Payment instructions will be provided once we receive your commitment. Please email
46 Mommas primary contact ________________________________________
All donations benefit the St. Baldrick’s Foundation—a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Federal ID#20-1173824.
We ARE 46 Mommas on a mission to raise awareness, raise funds for research and inspire others to help fund a cure for childhood cancer.
Each year a new class of 46 Mommas is inducted into the cause to empower and engage mothers of children with cancer. The number 46 is significant. On average, each weekday, 46 families receive the news that their child has cancer. Through increasing awareness of childhood cancer and raising funds for childhood cancer research by shaving our heads, we hope to one day be a group that no longer needs to exist.