Beards

Beards

Show off your beard-growing skills by registering to grow a beard and getting sponsors!

Babyfaces

Babyfaces

Can’t grow an epic beard? No Problem! Keep a perfectly shaven face all month. Register to be a babyface and get sponsors!

Beauties

Beauties

Instead of a beard, wear a scarf all month! “Scarves for Schools.” Register, pick up your scarf at Five Nines, then get sponsors!

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What is scruff for schools?

Scruff for Schools is a program created by Five Nines that uses scruffy faces to donate technology to children with special needs.

Why scruff for schools?

James (a Five Nines co-founder) has a son, Kaden, who lives with cerebral palsy. Kaden greatly benefits from the use of an iPad; which showed the Five Nines Family the need for a program like this. By combining No-Shave November with donating technology to children with special needs, Scruff for Schools was born.

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Sponsor an iPad and/or associated setup costs

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Donate by Check:

Lincoln Community Foundation
215 Centennial Mall South, Suite 100
Lincoln, NE 68508

Make your check payable to Lincoln Community Foundation. Put “Five Nines Fund” in the memo.

* Donations are tax deductible *

Donations are to the Lincoln Community Foundation for the benefit of the Five Nines Charitable Fund, a donor-advised fund.  Donations made for this project will be shared between Lincoln Public Schools Foundation and the Millard Public Schools.

We cannot thank-you for you kindness and generosity towards the success of this student at LPS.  Kolton has faced many obstacles in his life at a young age but his passion to be a good student and his motivation to overcome his disabilities shines through each day he comes to school.  The iPad with a word prediction app has allowed him to compete with peers at his grade level and produce a 5th grade level of work independently.   I wish you could have seen the dance he performed when I showed him the new iPad.

Patty

Elementary Teacher