JO Goodwin, pictured here at the mercy of hairdresser Amie Kelly, was among those who lost their locks to raise money to help people with leukaemia.
Jo had her head shaved at the Telegraph Hotel on Saturday night.
ABOUT eight people sacrificed their hair for a good cause at the World’s Greatest Shave event at the Telegraph Hotel on Saturday.
One of the organisers, Jo Goodwin, said the evening was “absolutely fantastic”.
“We raised about $1,338,” she said. “It was a really good night.
“We had donations from a lot of businesses and raised quite a lot of money through raffles.”
The Leukaemia Foundation announced it had raised $9 million so far from fundraising .
World's Greatest Shave raises funds for the Leukaemia Foundation's work in providing free practical and emotional support to people with blood cancer and their families, as well as investing millions in research.
Since 1998, more than a million people have shaved or coloured their hair, raising in excess of $120 million.