Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office
Gets Inspired By No Shave November
We’re excited to announce that for the THIRD year in a row, the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office will be raising funds to support cancer patients served by the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico inspired by the popular No Shave November movement! No Shave November takes place all month long during November. The No Shave November movement began when people stopped shaving in order to raise awareness about the cancer patient’s journey. Supporters would let their hair grow out long and wild, which many cancer patients lose during treatment. To participate in the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office No Shave November fundraiser, all you have to do is stop shaving and cutting your hair for 30 days and donate your monthly hair-maintenance expenses to support cancer patients in northern New Mexico. It’s literally that easy to help save lives today!
Donate now and let us know in the comments
which deputy’s beard you are supporting!
Last year, the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s office raised over $5,837 which allowed more cancer patients to access treatment here in Santa Fe. We received over 143 donations which was truly humbling. This year deputies will make an initial donation to kickstart their campaigns then they will reach out to their own personal networks of friends and family to help raise funds to support cancer patients during this critical year.
friendly competition that helps save lives right here in New Mexico!
Send your beard update photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Photos from our previous No Shave November deputy fundraisers