Bearded Villains of
Yes, they are bearded. No, they are not villainous. The Bearded Villains of North Mississippi are part of a worldwide brotherhood "dedicated to the betterment of mankind through fraternity, charity, and kindness," as expressed in their mission statement. Because bearded men are often seen as the bad guys, these men are working to change the image through the work they do to better their communities.
The photo above shows the Bearded Villains the first time they partnered with Cami Jo Cares for Easter for Eli at LeBonheur Children's Hospital.
On Saturday, December 14, the Bearded Villains again partnered with Cami Jo Cares when they volunteered at a pancake breakfast at Applebee's in Tupelo.
On Labor Day, the Bearded Villains got together to help out one of their own brothers.
Thank you to the Bearded Villains of North Mississippi for helping the charities in our part of the state make an impact!
Salvation Army Bell Ringers - If you want to be one of the famous bell-ringers, please click the town in which you want to volunteer:
Northeast Mississippi Habitat for Humanity has a build day coming up on December 21. They will have two shifts of volunteers - 8:00-12:00 and 12:00-4:00. No experience necessary! Click here for more information and to sign up.
Volunteer Northeast Mississippi needs a few more volunteers for Tupelo's New Year's Eve Party. Booths will be set up to encourage people to take the Tupelo 150 Challenge, which asks everyone to give 150 minutes of volunteer service in 2020. If you'd like to help at one of the booths, click here.
Go to our online volunteer hub to see even more volunteer opportunities!