Tom Bradychanged her hairstyle again — now choosing to dye it orange — but, this time, it’s for a good cause!!
On Wednesday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers teamed up with the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation to host a “Cut and Color for a Cure” event … and Brady was at the center of the action.
At the event – which gave kids battling childhood cancer a hairdo for Bucs players in a bid to raise awareness and fund childhood cancer research – Brady sat in a chair and let the youngsters go to town on his famous ‘do.
The kids sprayed his hair back and forth in orange – the official color of the NPCF – leaving the GOAT with a sweet new look.
Brady and the Bucs also donated a check for $117,000 to the organization. to function.
“The support of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in our fight to end childhood cancer is invaluable,” exec NPCF David Fraser said.
“The team’s ongoing commitment to helping children faced with a cancer diagnosis makes them so much more than a sports team – they are true heroes, stepping up to create a brighter future for their young fans and supporters at home. national scale.”
The Bucs have been working with the NPCF initiative for over 8 years now…raising over $500,000 in that time.
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