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Join The No-Cut November Challenge

Join The No-Cut November Challenge

Join The No-Cut November Challenge

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As we enter the holiday season, at least here in the U.S., the first holiday we encounter is Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving has always been about giving thanks.

For the Pilgrims at Plymouth, they were giving thanks for a bountiful harvest in a new land.

Most of use don’t wear those really awesome hats like the Pilgrims did.

But just like them, we have much to be thankful for.

And, in the personal finance community, we also have much to give!

We See Your Giving

We’re encouraged when we see you as members of the community freely giving of your time, talents, and even money – and asking nothing in return.

Being able to pay our bills is necessary, and pursuing financial independence is pretty important to many of us.

But so many of you demonstrate that money isn’t everything and that we are richest when investing in others. 

The No-Cut November Challenge

This month at The Money Mix, we want to encourage you to Join The No-Cut November Challenge.

The No-Cut November Challenge is an adaptation of No-Shave November

What is No Shave November?

No-Shave November is a “month long journey during which participants forgo shaving and grooming in order to evoke conversation and raise cancer awareness.”

You can learn more about the No Shave November rules and the No Shave November meaning here.

Similarly, No-Cut November is a challenge to either forgo getting a haircut during the month of November and donating the money to a worthy cause, or having your hair cut as normal and donating anyway.

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Why “No-Cut” November?

We think No-Shave November is a great cause, and we even have a page set up where you can donate directly to them.

They support the Prevent Cancer foundation, Fight Colorectal Cancer, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

We’ve heard, though, that some folks perceive No-Shave November to be primarily a giving challenge for men (maybe even for men who can grow an awesome mustache or beard), and we want everyone to feel welcome to participate in this challenge.

The causes associated with No-Shave November are also extremely important.

But maybe you have a different cancer charity you support or you would prefer to give to a different cause altogether.

Start Here – The Money Mix

The Money Mix exists to bring you the latest and greatest money and financial news, stories, and articles. Here’s a quick snapshot of some of the best parts of The Money Mix.

How To Join The No-Cut November Challenge

It’s easy to Join The No-Cut November Challenge by committing to give your time, talents, and/or money to the cause.

Here’s how:

1. In the comments area below, tell us, “I’m in!” You can join by telling others about the challenge, by giving, or both.

2. In your comment, challenge some other folks to join in on No-Cut November. You could pick friends, or even nemeses, or pick your favorite Money Heroes or anyone on The Feeds.

3. Share this post on social media. Remember to tag the folks you listed in #2!

That’s it!

Note: If you’re a blogger who mentions The No-Cut November Challenge in a post, let us know in the comments, and we’ll add a backlink on this post!

If you’d like to give directly to No-Shave November, here’s the link.

If you choose to give to another cause, we’d encourage you to go ahead and take care of it while it’s fresh on your mind.

And if your financial circumstances don’t allow for a monetary donation, know that your support through telling others about No-Cut November is just as important and valuable!

What Inspired The No-Cut November Challenge

So many personal finance writers are intentional in sharing the importance of thankfulness and giving.

For example, Saving Joyfully and Her Designed Life are running an awesome Thankfulness Challenge feature during the month of November.

Their graciousness reminds us that giving is a response to thankfulness.

But they’re not the only ones who inspired The No-Cut November Challenge.

We know giving and charity are two common themes in personal finance writing, and we’ve seen so many great posts on the topics.

So, we put those terms into our trusty tool for creating awesome round-up posts, The FIRE Engine, to refresh our memory.

Here are some of the most inspiring posts we found about giving and charity:

The Giving Avalanche – Dads Making Cents

Financial planning 101 topics include the basics of budgeting, savings, and investing but an important part to add is giving. There are strategies to build your Debt Snowball or we can transition to the Capital Snowball as talked about by Xryvsn but today I will introduce the Giving Avalanche.

Why I’m Increasing My Charitable Giving (And How My Kids Are Helping) – Marriage, Kids and Money

I may earn commissions from the links in this post. Opinions shared are for entertainment purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. I only have one life and I want to make the most of it. For me, that means following my driving desire to give my family the best I possibly can.

What Is Your Givings Rate?

What Is Your Givings Rate? I wondered how so many could be in so much pain While others don’t seem to feel a thing Then I curse my wiseness and I get so damned depressed In a world of suffering, why should I be so blessed?

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Giving Thanks 2017 – Fiery Millennials

Anoth­er Thanks­giv­ing is upon us! Out of all the hol­i­days, Thanks­giv­ing is one of my favorites. It’s less con­sumer-dri­ven than oth­er hol­i­days despite the retail market’s best efforts, the weath­er isn’t super cold, I get extra days off from work, peo­ple type what they’re grate­ful for all month long online, and there’s tons of deli­cious foods …

Doubting Your Charitable Giving

Last month, our school participated in a coin competition. While I’m not entirely keen on asking students for money, especially right after all the annual back-to-school fundraisers that also ask kids to sell things to the community for money, I rolled with it.

The Gift of Giving – Debt Discipline

Often during the holidays, we get caught up in getting, but we should be thinking more about giving. What are you giving this Holiday season?

My Favorite $38 We Spend Every Month – Spills Spot

Read about how giving $38 has become my favorite way we spend money every month, as we strive to help make a difference in the world.


https://thegiveandget.com/2018/05/28/why-you-need-a-charity-budget/

Donate Money or Volunteer Time? – Dual Income No Kids

“I ponied up a mill, but I didn’t give my time. So in reality, I didn’t give a dime.” Sean Carter. Fall is fundraising time. From September to November there are numerous charities that host fundraising events. As a young professional our image is very important, and so is networking.

How Giving Generously Can Make You Richer – The Money Mix

Today’s guest post comes from Mr. Thrifty at Thrifty Enough. If you’re interested in writing a guest post for The Money Mix, check out our guest post guidelines. Note: The Money Mix hosts guest posts as a way to further diversify and amplify the personal finance community.

She Spends Gives Back

With Thanksgiving and the holidays ramping up, She Spends wants to reflect on the year. Women, especially women of color and those in the LGBTQ+ community, have gone through the ringer. Sexual harassment and assault. Restrictive measures against our healthcare and birth control. Run-of-the-mill sexi

One Last Call To Action

At The Money Mix, we believe giving makes us richer.

Saving and investing is important, and so is helping others who are in need.

It’s why we donate a significant portion of our profits every month to responsible, efficient charities.

And it’s why we’re encouraging you to Join The No-Cut November Challenge.

So, join in, tag some friends, and let’s show the world why the personal finance community is known for giving!

Blogs That Have Joined The No-Cut November Challenge

Dads Making Cents

She Picks Up Pennies 

MikedUp Blog

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