Making a Difference with his Mullet- Jack Goodhue is calling on us kiwis to do the #summerofthemullet with him
Jack 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.And for Kiwi Rugby star Jack Goodhue, the man with NZ’s most famous mullet, now he is using that mullet to make a difference. 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 passionate about supporting the work they do with the vulnerable young people in his beloved Northland community. Supporting some of the most at-risk youth in the country who are losing their way to living a healthy and sustainable life. Jack is reaching out to all New Zealanders to join him in making this summer the ‘Summer of the Mullet’.
Watch out for more Summer of the Mullet for more info on our Facebook, Instagram, and right here on our website before this year is out…. It’s gonna get a little hairy around here!
That pic! Dom Harvey sees Jack’s mullet in his ice cream ..LOL!
Bald Angels was the recent recipient of the Regional and Supreme Award for the Health and Wellbeing category at the 2017 Trust Power Community Awards in Kaitaia. Trustpower community relations representative Abbie Siely said “Bald Angels contributes to the wellbeing of more than 200 families and 1000 (Mid North) children every year through fundraising events that bring the community together in the in the spirit of generosity and goodwill.” The Trust received a framed certificate, a trophy and $1500 and will represent the Far North at the 2017 Trustpower National Community Awards in Queenstown in April. See the full stories:
Words from Trustee
“The title of Supreme Winner for our region is really valuable, especially as we move forward and approach funders for support to build capacity and capability, in order to extend our mahi. We can’t thank you enough. We hope we will make you proud in April 2018 when we intend to celebrate our mahi with other community minded folks.”