What? Your confused? Mustaches for Burns?
Yes. Mustaches for programs like AARBF’s Champ Camp. We admit that it’s a somewhat unusual concept, so we’ve collected some answers to the questions we get:
Q. Is this a joke? A. No. For over 43 years the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation has provided programs and services to burn survivors and their families. One of these programs is Champ Camp, the nation’s largest and longest running camp for burn injured children – which is offered at no cost to families thanks to generous supporters like you! Our mission to enhance the lives of burn survivors and to promote burn prevention education has been made possible by the hundreds of volunteers and hundreds of thousands of dollars fundraised.
Q. I’m a woman. Can I join? A. Staches for Cash does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of sex, age, nationality, or anything else you can think of. Anyone can raise money for the cause. Just remember, “The Mustache is more in the heart than on the face.” This year we are excited to announce the addition of the “Bows for Dough” campaign that seeks to have women involved in raising awareness and support for AARBF. Please click here to learn more.
Q. I want to do it, but I’m scared. A. Technically, that is not a question, but we will respond nonetheless. We suggest you step up to the plate. It’s time to overcome your fears and grow a Mustache for a good cause.
Q. What will I tell my friends/co-workers/loved ones/employers who object to my Mustache and ridicule me for it? A. Do what we do. Fix them with a steely gaze and tell them the truth: “It’s for the kids.” Then ask them to make a donation.
(Text borrowed from Mustaches for Kids)