Fight Colorectal Cancer (Fight CRC) is proud to be one of the 12 benefiting foundations selected to receive funds raised by No-Shave November in 2022. No-Shave November supports the fight against colorectal cancer. This is the eighth consecutive year No-Shave November, a national nonprofit organization that raises money by encouraging individuals to “ditch the razors” each November, has chosen to support Fight CRC. 

No-Shave began donating to Fight CRC in 2015 in memory of Matthew Hill, father to the founders who established the nonprofit in his honor. Hill was diagnosed with colorectal cancer (CRC) and passed away in 2007. To-date, No-Shave November has donated nearly $2.5 million to support Fight CRC’s medically-reviewed patient education materials, impactful policy change, and breakthrough research endeavors. 

Learn more about what No Shave November means, rules and ways to participate.

Ways to Participate in No-Shave November 2022

Sign Up to Participate and Fundraise at!

Select “Fight CRC” in the drop-down menu for which organization to partner with. Participate as an individual or as a team!

Participant Plans!

Participants that are hosting an event, leading a team, participating as in individual are encouraged to fill out this short form to let Fight CRC know.

Get a Fresh Shave Before November 1

Start nice and smooth (and snap a "before" picture).


Participants are encouraged to share their fundraising page and No-Shave progress on social media. Tag @FightCRC!

Long-Standing Partnership with No-Shave

The meaning of No-Shave November is to grow awareness by embracing our hair, which many cancer patients lose, and letting it grow wild and free.

“Fight CRC is grateful to have a long-standing partnership with No-Shave November and looks forward to working together for years to come,” said Anjee Davis, Fight CRC President. “Funds from No-Shave November are key to getting essential resources into the hands of those who need them most.” 

To sign up for Fight CRC’s No-Shave team, visit To learn more about colorectal cancer, visit

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