The Sides of March

The Sides of March is a month-long charity event organised by the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM). The event encourages men to grow their sideburns to raise money for CALM, and raise awareness of their efforts to prevent male suicide.

  • Suicide is the single biggest killer of British men under the age of 45, with men accounting for 75% of suicides in 2015.
  • Sides of March was set up by a group of friends in memory of their friend who took his own life.
  • In 2016, the Sides of March campaign raised £16,500 for CALM.
  • The best sideburns of the year will win the Caesar award, and become one of the hairy faces of next year’s campaign.

The Sides of March takes place throughout the month of March annually.

To find out more about the campaign, click below.

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