Jack Goodhue- His Mullet WILL Make A Difference
Should he SAVE it or SHAVE it? Donate and VOTE in the comments on the Donate page !Northland
So, the sacrifice is massive for Jack. He loves his mullet!
But, how much does New Zealand love it??? Should he SHAVE it or SAVE it? Perm it or colour it?
YOU can make a difference by telling Jack what to do with that mullet. Our target is to raise $100k, and Jack will do what NZ is saying! Imagine the permed mullet on the rugby field!
For Kiwi Rugby star Jack Goodhue, the man with NZ’s most famous mullet, using his locks to make a difference is a great summer goal. He doesn’t have the word “Good” in his name for nothing!
Jack has been working with AngelMama and the Bald Angels team and is really keen to support the work they do with the vulnerable young people in Northland. He needs you to help him raise this money for at-risk youth so that lives can be changed- for good.
KiwiMANA Kaiārahi is a mentor programme run by Bald Angels. It is at this critical age of 12-18years when children are losing their way, simply because they don’t have the right support and care around them to make good life decisions or develop the right life skills. The programme is wholly about supporting our vulnerable youth to gather the tools to build a sustainable and healthy life. Northland has some of our country’s worst statistics regarding youth poverty, truancy and crime. No kid is born a truant or criminal. And Jack wants to give our most vulnerable kids the chance to dream, hope and thrive.
Goodhue doesn’t want his mullet to define him. What does define him is his faith, strong values and beliefs. And a big part of that is helping others in need.So, the sacrifice is massive for Jack. He loves his mullet!
But, how much does New Zealand love it??? Should he SAVE it or SHAVE it? Perm it or colour it?
It's easy. Just click the DONATE button, and a Comments box pops up. Write SAVE or SHAVE.
Cast your VOTE, folks! (watch your spelling- an 'H' can make all the difference)
Change a life-for Good.
MEDIA ENQUIRIES Please direct to Jack's Manager: Rebecca.email@example.com
PHOTO CREDIT: Mark Baker AP
Bald Angels care for vulnerable kids in our community. We provide emergency supplies, Angel Bears to children in trauma, plus mentoring and Life Skills to Youth. All children deserve to thrive. All youth need hope, self respect and pride to thrive.
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To develop the kiwiMANA Kaiārahi Youth life skills programme, matching at risk youth to trained mentors; building their self-respect, life skills and resilience so that they can look forward to a path of hopefulness and sustainable health and employment.
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This page was created on 28 Dec 2019 and closed on 15 Mar 2020.