‘No Shave November’ Comes to a Close

HAIR-Boosting: (from still left) Harvey Cedars Officers Chris Oldham and Dan Grundtisch, Commissioner John Imperiale and Police Main Robert Burnaford. The office raised $1,300 for David’s Desire and Imagine. (Courtesy of Harvey Cedars Police Division)
As a further Enable It Increase/No Shave November campaign has appear to an stop, the Harvey Cedars Law enforcement Office elevated a lot more than $1,300 for David’s Aspiration and Believe that Most cancers Basis.
“We are generally grateful for the guidance of all of you by your charitable contributions and willingness to share the information,” said Police Chief Robert Burnaford. “In overall, this marketing campaign with David’s Aspiration and Imagine Cancer Foundation has raised a lot more than $27,000. This is this sort of an outstanding thing for an even extra crucial bring about.”
Dependent in Stafford Township, the basis is a nonprofit group that raises resources to present financial aid, wellness products and services and hope to family members afflicted by a most cancers diagnosis.
This year’s marketing campaign also included police departments from Beach Haven, Surf Town and Lengthy Seashore Township.
“Many other community companies in the Lengthy Seaside Island place also participated with their possess groups,” said Burnaford.
The program is an outgrowth of “No Shave November,” when law enforcement officers grew beards and mustaches for most cancers awareness. It was developed by the Movember Foundation to elevate money and recognition for prostate and testicular cancer, and mental health and fitness for males.
But the identify transform in incorporating “Let It Grow” was predicted to entice far more participants.
“Because it now provided hair development, both adult men and girls can participate,” claimed David Caldarella, a cancer survivor and basis president and founder. “And it is not just for law enforcement officers. Any individual can get included.”
“Officers are commonly thoroughly clean shaven,” mentioned Harvey Cedars Deputy Mayor John Imperiale, who is public security commissioner. “They normally have rigorous codes when it comes to hair advancement. So when folks ask about the added hair progress, officers will inform them about most cancers consciousness and avoidance.”  —E.E.

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