It’s No-Shave November! Learn More About This Event

What you need to know about No-Shave November.

It’s officially No-Shave November.  While you may have heard of this event before, you may not know what it pertains to.  Well, as the name suggests, participants will forgo shaving and grooming all November long as a way to spread awareness for cancer.

The idea behind this event is to embrace the hair that cancer patients lose while undergoing treatment.  Additionally, organizers encourage participants to donate the money they would have spent on grooming to support cancer research and education.  Additionally, many people start growing out their hair way before November, so at the end of the month, they can donate it to organizations that make wigs for cancer patients.

If you are interested in getting involved this No-Shave November, you can register at the No-Shave November official website HERE.  You can also make donations to support the cause HERE.  This year, No-Shave November is working with the Prevent Cancer Foundation, Fight Colorectal Cancer, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in their efforts to educate and end cancer.

Participants in the No-Shave November event are also encouraged to post on their social media platforms and encourage their friends and followers to support the cause.  The No-Shave November site also has printable flyers and advertising materials that you can post at your workplace, school, and other public areas to spread awareness and encourage participation.

Join us at The Reardon Agency as we celebrate this No-Shave November.  Do you need assistance with your coverage needs this month?  If so, then contact us.  Our dedicated team is eager to assist you with all your insurance needs today.

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