The Xi-Iota Chapter of Kappa Sigma at Columbus State University recently held their annual Shave to Save event which raised $11,500 to benefit breast cancer research. Shave to Save is an annual event held every October at the clock tower on the campus of Columbus State University.  The brothers of the Kappa Sigma fraternity voluntarily have their heads shaved in order to help raise money for breast cancer research and to support the victims of breast cancer. This is the largest philanthropy event held on campus in which students, faculty, sororities, and parents are in attendance.  Over the past nine years, Kappa Sigma has raised over $72,000 towards breast cancer research.
“Breast Cancer really not only affects a community, but really a nation as a whole,” said Grant Carter, Grand Master of the Xi-Iota Chapter of Kappa Sigma. “So we all get together as a symbol supporting those with breast cancer.”
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