All of the proceeds of the event went toward Light the Way.
Ormond Beach Firefighters Charities "battled cancer by buzzing heads" at its Fired Up for a Cure event in the Gaslamp Shoppes on Sunday, Oct. 7, where local fire and police agencies helped raise over $4,000 for Ormond Beach charity Light the Way.
Light the Way helps cancer patients and their families with daily needs such as housekeeping, transportation, meals and taking care of pets. A total of $4,167 was raised in the names of the Ormond Beach Fire Department, Port Orange Fire and Rescue, Volusia County Fire Services and the Ormond Beach Police Department.
Barbers from the Men's Refinery shaved the heads of fire fighters and police officers, including Fire Battalion Commander Nate Quartier and Ormond Beach Police Chief Jesse Godfrey, to raise cancer awareness. Others chose to weave pink hair extensions into their hair, courtesy of Dollface Hair Refinery.