Several Michigan players are now jumping on board with Chase Winovich to help raise money for the ChadTough Foundation.

Wednesday night, Winovich vowed to dye his hair orange for Michigan’s Outback Bowl game against South Carolina if fans raised $15,000 for the ChadTough Foundation, a charity devoted to pediatric brain tumor research. That goal was met in just 13 hours.

Winovich will no be sporting orange hair in Michigan’s Outback Bowl game against South Carolina. But because the total was met so quickly, other Wolverines urged fans to raise more money, pledging they, too, would dye their hair.

Grant Newsome, Maurice Hurst and Devin Bush all vowed to join Winovich with Orange hair if certain goals were met.

The ChadTough Foundation originated after Chad Carr — the grandson of former Michigan head coach Lloyd Carr –lost his battle with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) in 2015. It has been the charity of choice for Michigan football and basketball programs.

As of Thursday night, the foundation had raised nearly $38,000.

Newsome was sidelined due to a leg injury this season but was considered one of the top offensive lineman last fall. Winovich, Bush and Hurst were all stellar on the field for Michigan this year.

But they’re having a much greater impact off the field.