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As part of our commitment to community, a portion of the profit from TheJaxStache
Euro Sticker and future products** sold will be donated to Team JaxStache,
the Jacksonville team of Movember.
Moustache Season will soon be upon us (in more ways than one - The KHAN DO ATTITUDE!), so we've registered for Movember to embrace the hair of the wild. We've pledged to cultivate a genuine 100% face grown moustache for 30 days to raise awareness and funds for men's health, specifically cancers affecting men.
Now, we're on the hunt for trusty and fearless pioneers to join us by signing up for our team. Together we can change the face of men's health.
To join our Movember team go to: http://us.movember.com/mospace
Did you know that 1 in 6 American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime?
As more people become Citizens of Movember, more lives will be impacted. You can grow a moustache as a Mo Bro, or join as a Mo Sista to show your support and help recruit other Mo growers to the team. Once registered, Movember will send you all the information you need to start raising awareness and funds for men's health as part of our Movember team.
If you'd like to find out more about the programs funded by Movember, please visit http://us.movember.com/about.
Danny & Michelle
Co-Creators of TheJaxStache
Catholic Charities of Jacksonville
Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc. grew from service through St. Mary’s Home, Florida’s first child-care institution in 1886, which provided child welfare, foster care, adoption services and public assistance for 70 years and was a critical operation in the State’s child welfare system. Catholic Charities Bureau was incorporated in 1945.
Today there are four regional offices under the direction of Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc. within the Diocese of St. Augustine, which covers a 17-county area. The four regional offices are located in Jacksonville, Gainesville, Lake City and St. Augustine. Catholic Charities Jacksonville Regional Office provides direct support to persons and families including emergency financial assistance with rent, mortgage, deposits, utilities, and food to prevent homelessness; adoption services, and refugee resettlement services.
Through our support programs, we directly serve more than 11,700 individuals on the First Coast and provide more than 46,000 services.