“Whenever we can help a sick kid, we’re going to do everything we can,” said one Orange City firefighter Tuesday as he and his colleagues shaved their heads to show support for patients at the children’s hospital.
Between 40 and 50 firefighters visited patients at the hospital in a fun hair-shaving ceremony of solidarity.
The fire department was inspired by Orange City firefighter John Voris’ 15-year-old daughter Saylor, who was recently diagnosed with leukemia and is scheduled to undergo a bone marrow transplant.
Some firefighters also donated blood and/or platelets while others passed out honorary badges and hats to children batting cancer and other illnesses and injuries.
(READ the story from CBS Los Angeles)