Mullets for the Kids
Melbourne Dad Terry Sefton is using his locks for good, encouraging others to sport the distinctive mullet style to raise funds and awareness for The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH).
For Terry, starting the fundraiser Mullets for the Kids was a no-brainer.
“My family spent a fair bit of time at the hospital with our young fella when he came into the world, and what stands out is just how amazing and passionate their doctors, nurses and specialists are.”
When his young son developed a natural mullet before having his first haircut, Terry decided he wanted to be a cool dad and grow one too. “That wasn’t going to happen in my household unless I came up with a concept, and that’s when Mullets for the Kids was born,” said Terry.
Since its establishment in 2017, the community of over 30 mullet-growers have raised $65, 000 for the hospital, ensuring excellence of care and support for Victoria’s most sick and vulnerable children.