There has been some friendly rivalry within the Orr family for the past few months.
The goal? To raise the most money for the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre Trust Fund's Sunshine Walk.
And while grandmother Marie Orr's team the Hearts of Howlong are a few thousand shy of her grandson Mitch's Team KBC, the competition has helped both teams raise more than $12,000 and $15,000 respectively.
"There has been some healthy competition between our two teams," Mrs Orr said.
"But when I heard Mitch was also shaving his head I was very proud of him."
Mitch, along with five of his work mates at KBC Plumbing got their heads shaved on Friday as one of their main fundraising initiatives.
"We know too many people that have had treatment at the cancer centre, so if shaving our heads help just one other person that is worth it," Mitch said.
And while unsure if she could pull off a bald head quite as well as her grandson, she too said it was all worth it.
"People have really blown me away with how generous they are in donating to the cancer centre," Mrs Orr said.
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"It is amazing how much we have been able to raise in a time when we can't hold traditional fundraising events."
Mrs Orr was on hand with the clippers on Friday to help Mitch and his team stay true to their promise.
Both teams will walk 20 kilometres on Sunday as part of the virtual Sunshine Walk.
So far Team KBC have raised $15,552, while the Hearts of Howlong have raised $12,373 - both say that isn't their final total.
Other teams who deserve notable mentions include team Rivalea who have raised $12,602 and the Chemo Chicks who have raised $12,015.
To donate, register or to find out more ahead of the event on Sunday, visit sunshinewalk.org.au