Mustaches for a cause; Humboldt Deputies raise money for Wounded Warrior Project
EUREKA –Humboldt Deputy Sheriffs Organization (HDSO) is proud to announce its support for the Wounded Warrior Project with a donation of $500. HDSO member, Destry Henderson, convinced 36 Humboldt Sheriffs Deputies and others to grow their best mustaches for six weeks to generate sponsors and raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project. Deputies were judged in multiple categories including Best in Show, Weight, Most Pathetic, Multicolored, Creepiest and Outlaw Stache. After awards were presented and pledges counted, Destry Henderson announced he had raised a total of $1,380 for the Wounded Warrior Project.
“I am very proud of the outstanding leadership demonstrated by Deputy Henderson,” said HDSO President Ernie Stewart. “His selfless act of generosity was not only fun for our deputies, but also improved awareness of the incredible sacrifices made every day by our soldiers across the globe.”
Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) is an organization that raises awareness and enlists the public’s support for the needs of injured service members. WWP serves veterans and service members who have incurred a physical or mental injury, illness or wound. Offering a variety of programs, their mission is to honor and empower Wounded Warriors.
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