Mustaches for Kids Ottawa

12 Years of Growing Mustaches and Raising Money for Make-a-Wish


All Hail King Mustache!

The 2006 Mustaches for Kids Ottawa campaign ended on Friday night with the force of a large atom bomb (or more accurately: 30 mustaches, which contains roughly the same amount of raw energy). A rag-tag bunch of hooligans, our pool of growers this year demonstrated unmatched skills in both ‘stachenicity and fundraisability – the two […]

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2 comments December 18th, 2006

‘Stache Bash bo-Bash Banana-Fana-fo-Fash!

Just under two weeks left in the Mustaches for Kids 2006 campaign and that means that the ‘Stache Bash is nearly upon us. The annual campaign closer will be happening Friday, December 15th at the Royal Oak “on the canal” (Pretoria Bridge at Colonel By Drive). We’re about to get a lot less friendly with […]

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Add comment December 4th, 2006

Can ye spare but a dime for this ‘stache?

Greetings, my fellow growers. Last week’s checkpoint was a great success (despite the last minute venue change) and I’ve been quite tickled with the dedication and follicular abilities of this year’s group. I am indeed dreading the day that I must face all of you in head to head nose-broom competition at the ‘stache bash. […]

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Add comment November 29th, 2006

We Did It!

Thanks to a very generous donation from the Ottawa Sport and Social Club we’ve just hit our fundraising goal for 2005 of $2000! And we still have a solid 2 weeks of fundraising left before the ‘stache bash finale on Friday, December 16th. A big thanks to all those who have supported us in our […]

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Add comment December 5th, 2005

Week 2

We’re into week 2 and we’ve almost raised $300. Still a long way to go to our goal of $2000, but I’m sure once those ‘staches start sprouting to a respectable length the money will start coming in hand over fist (or nose over lip…). To help you growers collect donations we’ve created a downloadable […]

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Add comment November 21st, 2005