Brody Slee and Toby Galagher might only be 11 years old, but they certainly know a good cause when they see one - and that was well and truly proven on Friday.
The Year 5 students at Wee Waa Public School both had their hair shaved after assembly, and research into leukemia was better off as a result.
Brody and Toby were taking part in the annual World’s Greatest Shave - and they have raised $2000 for the fight against leukemia, again showing Wee Waa’s generosity when it comes to a good cause.
Brody, the son of Brendon and Raylene Slee, said he was inspired to get involved because both his grandfathers had battled cancer.
“I wanted to find a treatment so it can be cured,” he said.
Toby, the son of Rhonda and Russell Galagher, said he just decided to get on board with his friend.