We're throwing away our razors and warming our faces in support of Menslink. Grow a Winter Beard is an annual charity promotion we run at King O'Malley's.  We seem to think that Guinness promotes beard growth...? But we could be totally off...

Food & drinks will also be served, so bring your appetite!

Make your donation by following this link:

Grow a Winter Beard in 2018 and Support Menslink Australia!

Don't want to wait for June 2018? Then support Menslink any time of the year:

$1412 raised in 2017!!

Get Involved Today

Menslink has been supporting young men in the Canberra region for over fifteen years through our free counselling, volunteer mentoring and education programs. In that time we have helped thousands of young guys get through tough or lonely times with the least amount of pain or harm to themselves or those around them. We help young blokes reach their full potential and become the great adult men they want to be, because we believe everything is possible for them, their families, their mates and our community.

Sign up in 2018 to help bring these issues out of the darkness and show your support.
Get your friends and family to sponsor your new or existing beard and start raising money today. If you already have a full face or a family member wants you to keep it clean get them to sponsor you for that! Get the chance to rock the beard you want and support this important cause.


Uniting Your Local Community

Be part of this exciting hairy fundraising event that will bring together the local community to raise much needed funds and awareness for men’s mental health. 2018 will be the first year that CanBeards , the beard and moustache club of Canberra, teams with Menslink for their Grow A Winter Beard campaign. So get growing your beard until the end of August. Come September, you can shave it all off for spring or maintain your new look as a proudly bearded man.

Grow a beard for winter in 2018 and support a great cause. 

   @growawinterbeard & @thebeardtax


#growawinterbeard to help support Menslink