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Texas police department joins No-Shave November initiative

Rockwall, Texas – The Rockwall Police Department is breaking a rule this November for a good reason. Participants in the No-Shave November initiative are police officers. This is a big change from how they usually look, as they can grow beards and goatees during the month. Rockwall News says that the department’s brief decision to lift its shaving policy is more than just a change of look; it’s a show of support for the local community.

Growing beards for a reason

The idea is easy to understand and powerful. This month, officers who choose to grow their beards must give to a local charity. The Rockwall Police Department has decided to support Helping Hands of Rockwall County. This group is very important to the community because it runs a low-cost center where people who don’t have access to health care can get important care.

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Getting people to know and donate

Officers from the Rockwall Police Department are changing how they look and bringing attention to the important work that a local charity called Helping Hands does by taking part in No-Shave November. Their involvement goes beyond just raising money; it’s about building stronger relationships with the people they help and bringing attention to the organization’s good effects on the Rockwall community.

A signed action with a meaning

The Rockwall Police Department’s decision to lift the no-beards ban is a way to show that they are involved in community events and to get to know the people who live in the area better. It doesn’t change how they do their daily work, but it shows that the department is dedicated to helping the community and people in need through a variety of programs.

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Taking part in a bigger movement

The No-Shave November campaign began almost 20 years ago in Australia. It asks people to not shave in November to bring attention to men’s health problems, like prostate and testicular cancer, as well as mental health. People all over the world are now supporting the campaign and are being asked to give the money they normally spend on shaving and grooming. So far, groups like No-Shave November have raised more than $10 million.

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Being open to everyone in No-Shave November is a tradition

No-Shave November has traditionally been associated with men, but it is an effort for everyone. Women who grow body hair are often seen as less attractive by society’s standards of beauty, but this trend goes against those standards. This is a chance for everyone, male or female, to help spread knowledge and show support for cancer patients, many of whom lose their hair during treatment.

Alfred Duncan

Alfred Duncan is a senior editor at The South Florida Daily, where he oversees our coverage of politics, misinformation, health and economics. Alfred is a former reporter and editor for BuzzFeed News, National Geographic and USA Today.

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