UPDATE (11/13/14): The 8th annual “Shave to Save” raised $12,500 for the American Cancer Society!

On Oct. 16, 2014, the Xi-Iota Chapter at Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia, will host its 8th Annual Kappa Sigma “Shave to Save” in order to raise money for breast cancer research. The Xi-Iota Chapter will shave more than 40 brothers’ heads at the center of campus near the Clock Tower from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Throughout the event, the gentlemen of Kappa Sigma will shave their heads in order to make the statement that “the victims of this disease have the support of the Kappa Sigma Brothers and the community”. All fund raised will be donated for  breast cancer research.
“Shave to Save” is an annual tradition at Columbus State University. It brings together the CSU students, faculty, alumni, Brothers and community. In the past seven years, the event has raised more than $48,000 for breast cancer research. With the help of local sponsorships and support throughout the campus, the chapter hopes to meet its goal of raising $10,000 this year. This is the chapter’s largest goal ever.
To donate in support of “Shave to Save,” visit www.xi-iota.com and click the blue button titled “Donate to Shave to Save 2014”. All donation sizes are welcomed and encouraged.
About the Xi-Iota Chapter
The Xi-Iota Chapter was founded on November 16, 1996, and has initiated more than 230 Brothers in its history. The chapter currently has 48 undergraduate members and a very strong local alumni chapter. Follow the Xi-Iota Chapter online via their Facebook and Twitter pages.