Shire resident Judy Rafferty is rocking a shaved head after raising more than $5000 this month for breast cancer awareness.
Ms Rafferty had her locks lopped off at the Bridge Plaza in Batemans Bay and her winning smile managed to get a few more donations from passing shoppers, raising an extra $700.
The total raised was $5,963 which will go towards sponsoring a McGrath Breast Care Nurse for a family who needs one.
"I don't think people realize how important McGrath nurses are," she said.
"The idea of setting up a McGrath nurse means you have a "go to" person and you can ring them at any time. They're a real asset within the system."
Every October, Ms Rafferty raises funds in memory of her partner Rebecca Barney who died from metastatic breast cancer in 2016, aged 59.
On October 31 Ms Rafferty will host the pink dog walk, starting at Sandy Place Reserve from 10am.
"Everyone is welcome, just just make sure to 'pink up' yourself and your dog," she said.
"We've got some prizes donated from PetStock for the best dressed."
To donate to Judy's campaign, click here.