Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and his teammates get new hairdos to raise money for pediatric cancer research. On Wednesday, several Bucs players and staff, including seven time Super Bowl champion Brady, took part in the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation’s (NPCF) “Cut and Color for a Cure” event.
During the event, the players let pediatric cancer patients cut and/or color their hair to help raise money for the NPCF, a Tampa based nonprofit organization dedicated to funding research to fight childhood cancer. After his turn, Brady was sporting a brand new bright red hairdo.
The Bucs have been working with the NPCF for years and in that time have helped raise more than $500-thousand for the organization, according to the team.