Get your very own moustache with Alpha

28 October 2014

To raise money for this year’s Movember, Alpha Heating Innovation has created a limited edition range of mugs featuring fun moustache designs. All you have to do is request a mug during October and upload a photo of yourself with the mug either on Facebook or Twitter using #AlphaTash during November. Alpha will provide donations as and when photo milestones have been met.

There are 200 moustache mugs up for grabs in four different designs. When five images have been uploaded, Alpha will donate £5, at ten images, £10, 25 images, £25, 50 images, £50, 100 images, £100 and 200 images, £200. And if you’re growing your very own moustache, upload a picture of it instead and it will be included as one of the images. For those requesting the mugs and those just following the campaign, you can also have the chance to make your own donation at Alpha’s Just Giving page.   

Catherine Lawrence at Alpha Heating Innovation commented, “We are always keen to help any way we can and these fun moustache mugs are ideal in getting everyone working together for two such a fantastic causes. At Alpha, we’re really looking forward to the campaign kicking off and to start the ball rolling by uploading our own pictures.”  

For more information, visit Alpha’s Facebook page at or Alpha’s Twitter page @Alphahi. To request a mug, simply email Please upload photos during November using #AlphaTash. To make a donation, please visit

Please note: there are only 200 mugs available so these will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.

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