More than 30 people in Stamford went bald, supporting children with cancer.
"Typically, when kids are getting cancer treatments, they lose their hair. So they're bald, so we all shave our heads in solidarity," said Stamford firefighter Lt. Sean Daly.
The funds raised will go toward the St. Baldrick's foundation, to help find cures for childhood cancers.
"So many people are willing to get rid of all their hair for it, and making donations, and support it. It's amazing," said Shana Turzer, a Stamford resident who volunteered to cut hair for the event.
Frances Arroyo, one of two women who braved the buzzer, says she did it for others.
"I lost my own dad to cancer just this fall. I have friends at work who have been affected, females who lost their hair. I'm thinking of them. I'm thinking of doing something bigger than myself," said Arroyo, who works in Stamford.
Stamford firefighters also gave up their hair, and helped host the event for a third year at Bradford's Grill.
"It's definitely worth it," said Daly.
Daly says they raised over 18,000 dollars for the cause Thursday evening.