KRISTY Britten and Kay Webel will be getting it all off this Sunday to raise money for the Leukaemia Foundation.
The friends from Cooma will be going under the clippers, shaving their heads as part of the "World's Greatest Shave".
It will be the fourth time Kristy "Truckie" Britten will go completely bald for the cause.
She first took part in the fundraising event in 2007, a few years after her aunt passed away from an extremely rare blood disease.
Since then she has shaved her head every second year and raised just over $12,000 for the Leukemia Foundation.
This year she is hoping to continue to contribute to the foundation with her friend Kay "Texas" Webel who will be joining her on the day.
Mrs Webel said she had been thinking about cutting her hair short for some time.
"I thought why not start with a clean slate and raise money for a good cause," she said.
Although it's her first time, she said she wasn't nervous at all about being bald.
"It's only hair. It grows back," she said.
Mrs Webel will tie up sections of hair into pony tails and people will be able to donate money to cut off a piece on the day with all money going toward the total fundraising amount.
Matt Lennon and Nathan Wren will join in too, shaving their beards and hair on the day.
The shave will get underway at The Australian Hotel this Sunday at 2pm and hairdresser Karlee Pateman will donate her time to cut the hair.
It will also be a a celebration fro St Patrick's Day and people will be encouraged to get into the spirit with green hair.
To support Kay and Kristy donate online at http://my.leukaemiafoundation.org.au/thefuzzys or get along and donate on the day.
They have set themselves the goal of raising $1,000 but hope to raise more.
The money raised will go a long way. $350 can provide 13 people with free, emotional support to help overcome the initial shock of diagnosis, $500 can enable two patients and carers to attend an educational or support program specific to their blood cancer and $1200 can provide free transport to over 200 patients and carers to and from hospital for a month.