Antiquated Army

This is our second year taking part in the Great Cycle Challenge. I've included a link below if you would like to donate to the cause or ride as a team member

Below is listed the current amount raised through social media fundraisers, donations from The Antiquated Gent and the Antiquated Army

Children's Cancer Research Fund - $837

St. Jude - $140

Movember Foundation - $148

American Heart Association - $15

Special thanks to Caisson Shaving and Fine Accouterments for their generous donations to our Great Cycle Challenge last year for the Children's Cancer Research Fund 

Unless otherwise specified, our default charity for donations is St Jude Children's Hospital in Memphis Tennessee 

Welcome to the Antiquated Army.

Antiquated means old fashioned and we believe the world could use a little old fashioned love and care. Throwback to the old way of shaving, drinking our coffee black and giving from our hearts. Creators creating change, the old school way. 

We are a non-profit organization working towards 501c status to further our goal of Creators Creating Change and being able to get as many people as possible involved in order to do the most good in not only helping struggling fundraising attempts for charities, but have some fun while doing so. This idea was born out of frustration from attempting fundraising through social media for causes such as St Jude and the Children's Cancer Research Fund. After failing to meet goals I had enough and decided to start a charitable branch of The Antiquated Gent offering donation opportunities as well as dedicated merchandise to assist with fundraising efforts by other creators. The whole goal is creators creating change. It doesn't matter if you have a hundred followers or a hundred thousand followers, if you're trying to help others, I want to try and help you. I would love to see this snowball into a much larger movement benefiting all types of charitable endeavors, but everything has to start somewhere. Thank you for joining this journey and I look forward to what the future holds for it.

-The Antiquated Gent