4th Annual Beard Patrol Kicks Off To Grow Beards and Awareness For Testicular Cancer

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The No-Shave November campaign to benefit Testicular Cancer Foundation has begun. Beard Patrol 2016 aims to raise $25,000 to provide much-needed funds for testicular cancer awareness and education.

The No-Shave November campaign to benefit Testicular Cancer Foundation has begun. Beard Patrol 2016 aims to raise $25,000 to provide much-needed funds for testicular cancer awareness and education.

Testicular Cancer Foundation, founded in 2009, educates those at risk and provides support for males and their caregivers navigating the disease. Testicular Cancer Foundation is a 501(c)(3) registered charity, operating under the 100% model. Proceeds from the campaign go directly to programs and services while operating costs are covered by a separate group.

Police departments, corporate teams, and passionate advocates have committed to grow facial hair over the course of the month to shine a light on the disease. One monthly self-exam in the shower can help detect a lump early. Testicular Cancer is 99% beatable when caught in its earliest stage.

CauseVox is a proud partner of Testicular Cancer Foundation, enabling it to collect donations and scale the campaign. “At CauseVox, our mission is to help good things be seen, shared, and supported and TCF is using our fundraising tools to do just that. They are raising awareness of how simple it is to self-exam and detect testicular cancer early by inspiring people through stories and then activating them to use their influence with friends, family, and their communities to make a difference. We're proud to be a small part of it." said Noah Barnett, CauseVox Growth Marketing Lead.

You can learn more and join the Beard Patrol at http://beardpatrol.org.

About Testicular Cancer Foundation
The Testicular Cancer Foundation is a national 501(c)3 with a mission to provide education, awareness, and support about Testicular Cancer – The most common cancer in males ages 15-34. For more information visit http://www.testicularcancer.org

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