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‘Taches raise cash for cancer

After enjoying (or enduring) hairy upper lips for ‘Movember', Appleby employees have donated $1,455 to the Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre.

Eleven staff members from the global law firm signed up for the month-long worldwide challenge, in which participants grow moustaches throughout November, although all have since shaved off their whiskers.

The aim of the initiative is to raise money for cancer charities, as well as promoting awareness of the disease in men, aka ‘Mo Bros'.

The money spirited up by Appleby will help the Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre with its work in the prevention, detection and support of cancer, as well as other health concerns in the community.

Appleby employees show off their moustaches for Movember. (Left to right) Top row: Gary Harris, Matthew Ebbs-Brewer, Nevine Lewis, Mandela Fubler, Max Tetlow. Front row: Matthew Carr, Timothy Faries, Kendall Evans.

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Published December 09, 2015 at 10:10 am (Updated December 09, 2015 at 10:10 am)

‘Taches raise cash for cancer

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