Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! You may be involved in our campaign even if you are not located in the United States. The easiest way for donors outside of the U.S. to donate to our campaign is by using PayPal.

Participate by growing a beard, cultivating a mustache, letting those legs go natural, and skipping that waxing appointment. Put down your razor and set up your own personal No-Shave November fundraising page. If you’re not ready to get hairy, sit back and support someone who is!

No-Shave November is proud to be working with the following organizations to achieve our mission:
Fight Colorectal Cancer, St. Jude’s Research Hospital, and Prevent Cancer Foundation. At the end of the campaign all donations will be evenly split after operational and administrative costs. You may find out more information about our funded programs on the website.

If you are trying to access your password information from a previous year, please make sure that you have first registered for the current year. If you have created a new account and forgot your password, just submit a request form with your email address and a temporary password will be emailed to you.

You may make payments online through the website. Major debit and credit cards are accepted forms of payment, and you can also make donations through PayPal. If you are an international donor, payments through PayPal is the easiest way to make an online payment. You can also contribute with offline payments by sending a check to the following address:
No-Shave November
c/o Cornerstone National Bank & Trust Co.
PO Box 1249
Palatine, IL 60078-1249

Yes! We do accept gift-matching for businesses.

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The Matthew Hill Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit which was founded in 2015. The goal behind the organization is to raise cancer awareness as well as funds for cancer research, prevention, and education. Our major fundraiser is No-Shave November which has been a tradition for many years. It wasn’t until the fall of 2009 that members of the Chicagoland Hill family decided to use it to raise money for charity. It was a project that held special meaning to the eight Hill children after their father, Matthew Hill, passed away from colon cancer in November 2007. Since then, it has grown beyond any expectations and is a household name. You may read the full story on our website.