Help Lawrentians Defeat Pediatric Cancer w/the St. Baldrick’s Foundation

Lawrenceville's is hosting it's annual fundraiser for the St. Baldrick's Foundation on Thursday, February 21st – and you can help.
This year, 20 members of the community will be shaving their heads and nine members will be donating their hair to be used to make wigs. Included in the participants are Jeffrey Durso-Finley, co-Director of College Counseling and Woodhull Duty Master, and Phil Jordan '85, Religion and Philosophy Master and Griswold Duty Master. This year will also be the tenth straight shave for Matt McChesney '19 earning him the rank of Knight Commander for St. Baldrick's. The student participants are from all four forms and have set individual fundraising goals for the event.
This will be Lawrenceville's third St. Baldrick's event. To date, Lawrenceville has raised over $30,000 for pediatric cancer research through St. Baldrick's, a leading pediatric cancer research organization.
If you are interested in supporting these Lawrentians and their sacrifice for pediatric cancer research, please consider donating at: For any questions, reach out to Elizabeth Ferguson at 
For additional information, please contact Lisa M. Gillard Hanson, director of Public Relations, at

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