As famous as he is, you’d walk right by him and wouldn’t know it.
That’s because his trademark beard is gone now.
Jase Robertson, of the Duck Dynasty clan, did it for a good cause.
Like so many families, they gathered around a cause that was important to them.
Their daughter, Mia, had been born with a cleft palate. She has had several surgeries to set that right again.
So it was only natural that this becomes a cause they rally behind. From the website:
Positive outcomes for Kids with Cleft Lip / Palate.
We’re here to assure that each and every child has a warm and bright smile, because we know that is what they deserve. Even more importantly, we’re dedicated to assure that children with cleft lip, along with their families, can find happiness and joy through motivation from others, support and research towards the causes and treatments of cleft lip / palate.
Encourage and support research into causes and treatment of cleft lip / palate
The Mia Moo Fund is making it possible to support further research for cleft lip and palate treatments, causes, and more. This research will make it possible to learn more about this birth defect and how it can be treated correctly in order to bring a bright and charming smile to every child.
And Mia, on Father’s Day came up with a GREAT fundraising idea.
If the charity pulls in $100K, Jase Robertson loses his beard.
Which brings up to speed.
But what does a clean-shaven Robertson even LOOK like?
Watch the video to find out.
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