The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office is once again helping local children through our No Shave November fundraising and awareness campaign. This November, Sheriff’s Office personnel will be growing out their facial hair and/or coloring their hair and nails blue, to raise funds for Humboldt County child advocacy programs.
In order to take part in No Shave November, each Sheriff’s Office participant must donate at least $30 to one of the following child advocacy programs: CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), Making Headway or Wild Souls Ranch. Last year Sheriff’s Office staff raised over $2,900 during No Shave November. Those funds were used to provide support and programming for foster and adopted children, as well as children who have experienced violence or trauma.
The Sheriff’s Office invites the public to join us for No Shave November this month by donating directly to one of the charities above, then growing out your facial hair and/or coloring your hair and nails blue, the official color of the child abuse awareness movement.
Please join us in protecting the next generation by supporting our local child advocacy programs and spreading awareness about child abuse!