Wear your Guinness ‘stache with pride this March 2018 and do your bit for charity at the same time.

Leave your green beads, hats and face paint in the closet this Saint Patrick’s Day as there’s only one accessory you’re going to need to make your March 17 complete: a Guinness mustache.

Yes, this March nobody is to hastily wipe away that Guinness mustache but instead wear their ‘stache with pride and give to a great cause while doing so.

In order to celebrate the incredible 200-year history of Guinness in the US, they are set to donate $1 (up to $100,000) to the Guinness Gives Back Fund, which supports nonprofits that contribute to the common good in our communities, including Team Rubicon, a veteran-led disaster response organization.

This month, when you share a ’stache’ pic using #StacheForCharity and tag @GuinnessUS they will donate $1 to the Guinness Gives Back Fund. Full details: https://t.co/Xxx6XSOkza pic.twitter.com/Ibd9fIcjAz

— Graeme McDowell (@Graeme_McDowell) March 12, 2018

Saint Patrick’s Day (or Saint Patrick’s Month as some call March) is all about getting together with friends and family, reminiscing about great Saint Paddy’s Day memories and creating new ones. We can warrant that a lot of those stories and memories will be made while enjoying a pint of Guinness and laughing at many the Guinness mustache as well.

As such, there’s absolutely no excuse not to get out your best selfie smiles and contribute to #StacheForCharity by posting your own Guinness ‘stache along with the hashtag to help raise some dollars. You can take part right up until March 31 (while always remembering to drink responsibly, of course).  

Read more: Guinness gives back with a ‘Stache for milestone USA St. Patrick’s Day

And if you’re a teetotaler or too young to enjoy a pint of the black stuff, you can still take part. The stache will count if it’s both a real, self-grown mustache or even if it’s been drawn on so there’s nothing to stop everyone from getting in on the fun this Saint Patrick’s Day. All you have to do is post your selfie tagging @GuinnessUS and using the hashtag #StacheForCharity.

Just look at all this great “work” people are doing, supping away at their leisure on their pint and doing some amazing work for charity from the comfort of the pub.

Just making that stache for charity. @GUINNESSUS #StacheForCharity pic.twitter.com/PIFwEwHyaU

— Jessi (@JessiwessRN) March 2, 2018

#stacheforcharity #guinnessstache

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It’s hard to tell but I promise it’s there!!! @GuinnessUs #StacheForCharity pic.twitter.com/vYgRS0b8Z7

— Nora (@NMarcy84) March 10, 2018

.@GuinnessUS pre-St. Paddy's Day practice #StacheForCharity pic.twitter.com/1QxSZxoFIQ

— Champ's Music (@Champs_Music) March 12, 2018

Celebrating the incoming storm at Corgan's and @GuinnessUS for #stacheforcharity . Thank you for giving back, Guinness! pic.twitter.com/3gMPHdnJQ3

— Amanda Deaton (@ADeaton8) March 11, 2018

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Even non-beer drinkers are getting involved:

Not a beer drinker, but love to support a good cause with dear super hubby's pic @GuinnessUS #StacheForCharity pic.twitter.com/uDSHiYd5ws

— Virginia Raby (@va_ellen) March 8, 2018

Nice work @GuinnessUS for donating our #StacheForCharity 🍺 pic.twitter.com/7KK1JtY9iD

— Matthew Sylva (@laVidaSylva) March 10, 2018

@GuinnessUS I was told I can cheat; here here to charity! #StacheForCharity pic.twitter.com/K2tzN3Y8jF

— My (@Katsuraify) March 11, 2018

And those who aren’t quite sure how this social media lark works:

@GuinnessUS trying to figure out how to tweet. Let’s see if this works. #StacheForCharity pic.twitter.com/VTKTm0UnPf

— Christopher Allen (@Christoillini) March 5, 2018

Teddies are getting involved. You really have no excuse:

Hey, @GuinnessUS how's this as a #StacheForCharity ? pic.twitter.com/Rc2nbOv5Hf

— Bear the Olympic Bear! 🐻 (@TheOlympicBear) March 12, 2018

We still think you can do better so we want to see your most creative #StacheForCharity pics. Get supping, ‘staching and snapping.