Wellington’s Gil Martinez Competing As Part Of No Shave November To Benefit CAHH

Gil Martinez

The seventh annual No Shave November, presented by the Palm Beach County Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, will once again benefit the Cancer Alliance of Help & Hope (CAHH) and directly support male cancer patients in Palm Beach County.

Wellington resident Gil Martinez, a State Farm agent, is one of the headliners taking part in the fundraiser. He is dedicated to building strong relationships that assist clients in achieving their goals. Whether it is through life, auto, home or other insurance, Martinez is proud to help clients identify and manage the risks of everyday life, recover from the unexpected and set themselves up for the future. Martinez and his family are actively involved in the community and working to help others.

Headliners in No Shave November will stop shaving for November to raise awareness for men’s cancer issues and raise funds for CAHH.

Those wishing to participate in the fun can make a donation and sponsor their favorite headliner at www.donorbox.org/palmbeach. Share the campaign on social media, follow the race for the grand prize trophy and leave messages of support on the Donor Wall to root for your favorites.

“Every three minutes, a man is diagnosed with prostate cancer,” said CAHH CEO Stanton Collemer, who is also participating as a headliner. “We are very grateful to the Young Lawyers Section of Palm Beach County for their continued support and thankful to all of our 2022 headliners. It is because of the generosity of our partners, sponsors and supporters that we can help ease the financial burden for local cancer patients in need of extra assistance.”

On Nov. 30 there will be the live shave-off event, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Palm Beach Gardens Marriott. Hosted by emcee Glenn Glazer, meteorologist at WPBF 25, stylists from Barber’s Edge will shave the men on stage in barber’s chairs and crown this year’s champion.

The Cancer Alliance of Help and Hope is a Palm Beach County not-for-profit organization that eases the burden of qualified local cancer patients by paying a portion of their non-medical bills, supplementing basic needs, and providing support and information resources.

For more information, visit www.cahh.org.