Mustaches for Kids :: Bozeman

Clean Shave Day 2013!

Yes folks, today is Shaving Day, that magical day when all existing facial hair must go! Whether you woke up and shaved this morning before work, plan to shave with us at the bar, or will lather and shave before bed tonight, it’s all gotta go!

And to help you on your quest, come join us tonight, 6:30pm, at Pub 317! Meet your fellow growers, share in a drink, BRING YOUR FRIENDS, and grab some helpful M4K swag like buttons and business cards! We’ll have this swag at every Weekly Check-In, so be sure to come join in the festivities and support the cause!

Make Sure You Create Your Giving Page! A mustache is decidedly less manly if it doesn’t actually help the kids. Therefore, make sure you create your Giving Page on DonorsChoose.org! If you have a page from last year, please create a new one! It just keeps the accounting clean so we know how many kids we helped this year!

Follow the steps below to create your donation page at DonorsChoose.org!

1. START HERE: http://www.donorschoose.org/donors/createChallenge.html

2. SELECT "Mustaches for Kids"

3. LOG IN (or create a new account)

4. JOIN the "Bozeman" Giving Group!

5. ADD PROJECTS that interest you! These are the projects your donors will support!

1 comment October 1st, 2013

Clean Shave Day

Clean Shave Day is happening TONIGHT at Montana Ale Works at 7pm. M4K will be held in the back by the pool tables. Just look for lots of baby-smooth faces!

See you then!

2 comments November 9th, 2011

Meet & Greet

Are you a little bit excited about Mustaches for Kids… but also a little bit apprehensive? Do you have some questions that are not answered on this site? Do you want to know a little bit more about how much fun you’re going to have growing a mustache?

This, friend, is your opportunity to learn more about this phenomenon, meet fellow mustache enthusiasts and grab a beverage. Really, it’s a win-win.

Head on down to the Eagle’s Club on 316 E Main Street at 7:30 on November 10th. We’ll be there to welcome you with open arms, to answer your burning mustache-related questions, and to start you on a journey that you won’t ever forget.

See you there!

19 comments October 25th, 2010

A little bit about our charity.

Donorschoose.org has been around for 10 years but originated out of a Bronx high school where teachers experienced first-hand the scarcity of learning materials in our public schools.

Charles Best, then a social studies teacher, sensed that many people would like to help distressed public schools, but were frustrated by a lack of influence over their donations. He created DonorsChoose.org in 2000 so that individuals could connect directly with classrooms in need.

The mission at Donorschoose.org is to improve public education by empowering every teacher to be a change-maker and enabling any citizen to be a philanthropist.

It sure doesn’t get any better than that, folks.

Donorschoose.org is not very well utilized here in Montana, so this growing season will hopefully be dually-faceted: while raising money for classroom projects and sporting some upper lip fuzz it might get our local schools to create some projects of their own!

The other amazing thing about Donorschoose.org is their amazing support for Mustaches for Kids! If you’ll look to the right of the screen you’ll see an empty leaderboard. Soon, very soon friends, this leader board will be populated with each grower’s profile and friends and family will be able to donate to their favorite grower’s favorite Donorschoose.org projects (while keeping abreast of the fundraising efforts of other chapters across the continent)!

26 comments October 11th, 2010

Mustaches in Bozeman? You Bet!!

Hello Bozeman! You know that anytime is a good time to start thinking about growing a mustache. I am here to tell you that the best WAY to grow a mustaches is, of course, with Mustaches for Kids!

For those of you who aren’t familiar with this movement that is sweeping the nation, M4K is a loosely organized conglomeration of chapters all across this great North American continent. During the growing season (to be determined) participants grow sweet ‘staches while raising money for a children’s charity- exactly like a marathon, without all of the training and exertion. We like to call it a facial hair marathon.

Anyway, since you’re here, you’re obvoiusly curious. Check out the Mustaches for Kids home page and start convincing your friends they need to get in on this sweet mustache action. After all, it’s for the kids!

41 comments September 2nd, 2010