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The folks at Studio 14 Tattoos and Body Piercing in Bowling Green are helping kids with cancer on Saturday with the Tattoo For a Cause Fundraiser to benefit Comforting Kids With Cancer.

Comforting Kids With Cancer started in 2011 to help children battling cancer and their families. Studio 14 is donating 100% of the proceeds from Saturday's tattoos to the organization.

The money helps create care packages that are sent to families in the oncology units in Northwest Ohio, Columbus and Ann Arbor.

You can choose between a cancer ribbon and the Comforting Hearts logo. Ribbons are $40 and the logo is $50. Piercings will be standard prices.

Normally Studio 14 closes at 11 p.m., but they say they'll Saturday until the last customer leaves.

 

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