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Shave & Buzz

Shave & Buzz events have raised over $450,000 to benefit adolescent and young adult cancer patients and survivors in the greater Duke community

Shave & Buzz 2022
is LIVE!!

Saturday, March 26th

12noon - Abele Quad @ Duke

There are many ways to participate!  Shave, sponsor, donate, fundraise, raise awareness!

2022 Shave & Buzz Leadership Team

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Max Huber

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Vik Manocha


Wyatt Bui

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Raise awareness!!

Shave & Buzz 2021

beat the odds - and its goal!

Despite being virtual for the second year in a row, the PIKE Shave & Buzz 2021 crushed its original goal of $75,000 AND its revised goal of $100,000, raising almost $145,000 for adolescent and young adult (AYA) fertility and peer-to-peer support programs at the Duke Cancer Institute.

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2021 Shave & Buzz Leadership Team


Thomas Mande


Finn Doherty


Wyatt Bui

Covid-19 can't stop PIKE's at Duke ... 

"2020 Vitual Shave/Buzz" raised almost $75,000 to benefit adolescent and young adult (AYA) onco-fertility and peer-to-peer services at the Duke Cancer Institute... bringing the total raised to over $300,000 read more

Virtual Shave 2020

More about Shave/Buzz

“Realizing just how great this event is—the tangible good that goes into it, the energy that comes with it—even when it’s virtual, was just awesome and always has been."

---Wyatt Bui

PIKE Shaves have raised over $250K for

Duke Cancer Institute AYA Services!

"This was Bobby's favorite day of the year, and

it is the best event I've ever been to at Duke" -Ryan

The Annual "Shave for Shreiber/Buzz for Bobby" (S4S/B4B) PIKE fundraisers at Duke have involved many in the Duke and greater Durham communities.  Originally begun to support their fraternity brothers, Mark Shreiber and Bobby Menges, who were simultaneously undergoing cancer treatment, PIKE has continued the tradition and it continues to grow.  Funds support AYA programs and services for adolescents and young adults at the Duke University Medical Center.

"I remember talking to Bobby about his dreams for the future of this event. He spoke about how he hoped that the legacy of this fundraiser would carry on past his graduation from Duke, until people didn’t have any idea who he or Schreiber were. Unfortunately, we lost our good friend Bobby this past fall to his battle with cancer. However, his legacy and the lives he touched will be sure to live on in strength."  -Michael, 2018

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