I regret to inform you that after 11 years, I’ve decided to take my life in a different direction.
This has not been an easy decision and is something that has plagued my mind for many a sleepless night. It will be a hard step forward for me but I believe I’m making the right choice.
As such I hereby tender my resignation from the Rasta Life.
On Saturday 10 February 2018, I will be cutting off my beloved dreadlocks and raising much needed funds for the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.
It’s been nearly 13 years since my last haircut and my dreadlocks have been a piece of me and my life since 2007.
Since their creation, they haven’t just been hair, but useful too.
They protected my brain as I snowboarded off cliffs in the Rocky Mountains of Canada. They helped me fit in with my fellow Rastas on the beaches of Southern Mexico. And they have started many a conversation in my travels along Australia’s East Coast.
But with great hair, comes great sacrifice.
I ask you all to give generously and support me through this milestone. Even the smallest of contributions will help.
With my goal of $5,000, I know that I have aimed high, but I believe that if we work together we can get there!
Please click on the below link to make a donation to the “Goodbye Rasta. Welcome Back Marc” fund.
Many thanks in advance!
Marc “Formerly known as Rasta” Morson.
I am taking part in Cut for ACRF to raise much needed funds for Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF). Their work is really important, and I want to do what I can to help. But there is only so much I can do on my own.
You can help too, by donating to my page. Any amount you can give makes a difference!
You can also support me by encouraging others to get involved, too. Please email the link to my page to your friends and family, or share it on social media.
Thank you for your generosity and support -- it means a lot to me. Together we can help Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) create the world we want to see.