COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Columbus State University's Kappa Sigma chapter held a "Shave to Save" event on Thursday to benefit breast and pediatric cancer research.
Kappa Sigma shaved heads of some of its members to raise money for research.
Last year's event raised $12,000.
"Breast Cancer really not only affects a community, but really a nation as a whole," said Grant Carter, president of Kappa Sigma. "So we all get together as a symbol supporting those with breast cancer."
On Wednesday night, members of the fraternity sold Shave to Save T-shirts at the CSU's women's soccer game as part of the breast cancer fundraiser. For more information, on Kappa Sigma visit their website.