Adams Police Raising Funds Through No Shave November
ADAMS, Mass. — Adams Police officers are forgoing their razors in November in favor of facial hair to raise funds for PopCares, Inc.
Officers participating in this year's No-Shave November campaign have been approved to grow a full beard that must be groomed and properly maintained throughout the month.
"PopCares, Inc. offers support for those who are battling cancer, their families and caregivers," Chief Troy Bacon said. "We are honored to be raising funds for a wonderful organization that has touched so many lives in Berkshire County"
The charity was founded by the family of William "Pop" St. Pierre, who died of cancer in 2012, both to memorialize his kindness and to help other families suffering from the disease.
Participating officers will each make at a minimum voluntary $20 contribution to PopCares, Inc.
Officers will grow their beards throughout the month of November. The fundraiser will conclude in December.
Anyone interested in joining this fundraising effort is encouraged to contact PopCares through their website
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