Four local charities to benefit from Carpetland USA Fundraiser, No-Shave November.
Milwaukee, WI November 5, 2020.

Southeastern Wisconsin’s Carpetland USA Flooring Center announced today the launch of their Holiday Fundraiser called “No-Shave” November.

The fundraiser encourages all men not to shave and grow their beards and mustaches for the entire month of November, raising awareness and funds for (4) local charities.

No-Shave November also encourages women to hold off visiting their hair salon during November and donate the funds they would normally spend getting their hair done to the cause.

“We wanted to do something fun and to encourage people to donate locally,” said owner Dave Brown. “With all the anxiety of the coronavirus and the upcoming election, we thought it was time to do something positive, cheerful, and for a great cause,”  Dave added.

The funds raised from the Carpetland’s “No-Shave” November charity drive will be equally split between four local charities, including The Racine County YMCA, Safe Passage (Safe Haven) of Racine, The Waukesha Food Pantry, and Hope MKE of West Allis.

“Our fundraising goal is $50,000,” noted Dave. “We’ve already raised one-third of that, which shows you how starved people are for some good news and for good things to happen,” he added.

To make a donation to Carpetland USA’s “No-Shave” November, and for those who prefer not to grow your beard or forego getting your nails done but would still like to participate please log on to the official Go Fund Me Page below: Carpetland’s No-Shave November Go Fund Me here:


About Carpetland 

Founded in 1995, Carpetland USA Flooring Center is locally owned and operated with six locations throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Carpetland USA offers a wide range of flooring products from carpet, hardwood, tile, laminate, vinyl, area rugs, and more to the residential and commercial market.


Carpetland has also sponsored the American Heart Walk, Children’s Hospital, Camp Timber-lee for burned and injured youth, run by The Professional Firefighters of Wisconsin, and so much more.