July 4, 2022
11-year-old adopted boy wins US National Mullet Championship, presents prize to orphanage |  See how beautiful it is

11-year-old adopted boy wins US National Mullet Championship, presents prize to orphanage | See how beautiful it is

Alan Balts, an 11-year-old boy from Jonesboro, Arkansas, became the 2022 U.S. Children’s National Mullet Champion. The adopted boy donated the entire prize money to orphanages in the United States.

The “mullet” is a type of haircut that is short at the front and long at the back. There’s a lot out there Fan competitions of this style around the world.

The prize for the “USA Mullet Championships” in the children’s category is US $ 2,500 (approximately R $ 13,000). Allen campaigned to raise another US $ 4,500 (approximately R $ 24,000) for orphanages.

In total, he donated US $ 7,000 to “Together V Foster” and “Project Zero” in the United States.

Alan Baltz style – Photo: Advertising / USA Mullet Championship

Allen lived in an orphanage with his twin sister Alice until he was 4 years old. He was adopted by Derek and Leslie Baltz. In isolation due to corona virus infection in 2020 the family started playing at home with new hairstyles and haircuts.

Leslie told the website of “Southern Living” magazine that her son thought of donating when he learned that Mullet had won a cash prize for the competition.

“Immediately, he said, ‘Oh, well, I’m going to donate the money to the children in the orphanage,’ he said. He did not hesitate, ‘I can buy the bike,’ and then donate the rest. ‘ I wanted to give everything at once.

Allen received more than 25,000 votes in the contest and, with the win, launched a campaign to raise an additional $ 4,500. “He gives and loves more than anyone I know. I’m so proud,” the mother told South Living.