By CBS3 Staff

WEST CHESTER, Pa. (CBS) — We’ve heard of no shave November. But how about blue beards for charity?

The Shop on Market Street in West Chester hosted the second annual shave-off on Saturday.

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West Chester Barbershop, The Shop On Market Street, Hosts Second Annual Shave-Off For Charity

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On Saturday, they shaved it all off. They also donated $100 each. The Shop says 100% of the proceeds will go to various local causes.

“We also do socks for the season, and we have all of our clients bring in a package of unopened socks and we donate it to local charities in Chester County,” Ashly White, co-owner of The Shop, said.

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If you would like to donate, you can drop off a pair of socks in the bin at the front of The Shop on Market Street.