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Join ‘The Sides of March’ and Grow Some Burns to Raise Cash!

Grow some ‘burns. Raise some funds. Help prevent male suicide.

The concept is simple, fun and above all it’s for a great cause. During the month of March, just grow some sideburns.

Start growing your sideburns of choice in March and get yourself sponsored!

Direct all your sponsors to Just Giving / The Sides of March and have them donate on your behalf by adding your name to the “leave a message” box via The Sides of March – all proceeds go directly to CALM. You can also join in by simply sponsoring us without growing sideburns yourself. All proceeds go directly to CALM.

Those who grow some cool sideburns can enter the ‘Burners Hall of Fame’, where the best Side Burn of the year will win the prestigious Caesar Award and can be the hairy face of next year’s campaign.

Simply register by donating as little as £2 via our JustGiving page (see below).

You can also join in, by simply sponsoring us. If you have lost someone to suicide, been close to people who have or simply just want to help, then we’d love you to join the Marching Army and help us to raise money to help prevent make suicide.For more information and to join the Marching Army visit us here:

Donate here: Just Giving page

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All proceeds go directly to CALM.


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