Bob Millard will half together with his lustrous silver locks on the Albany Agricultural Show this weekend as courageous locals shave their heads to help Albany Community Hospice.
Unable to get to the hairdressers throughout COVID-19 lockdowns, the 81-year-old determined to forgo his common trims for 12 months and develop out a mullet for a good trigger.
He will be a part of a group of 10 mates — together with his companion Blondie — on the present about 2pm on Saturday the place they may lose their hair in entrance of a crowd.
Mr Millard mentioned after seeing mates and family members cared for by the hospice over the previous 12 months he was pushed to do his half to hold the service ticking.
The Albany facility is the one community-funded hospice in WA.
It wants to raise $250,000 a 12 months to present palliative care and specialist medical help to enhance the standard of life for individuals with terminal sickness.
“I thought if by saving a lot of money and not having a haircut for 12 months, I can raise a few dollars for the hospice, then why not?” he mentioned.
Mr Millard mentioned workers on the hospice went above and past to present care and compassion.
“I encourage the community to rattle their dags, tip themselves upside down, shake all their loose change out,” he mentioned.
Hospice volunteers have knitted the group beanies to hold their shaved heads heat after the occasion.
To donate, convey money to the present or visit the fundraising page.
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