It's time to say 'Hello' to suicide prevention. In the wake of Robin Williams' death, a new campaign has begun called #DoubtfireFace, to raise awareness and funds for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

It works like the #IceBucketChallenge, but instead of dumping water over your head, you stick your face into a plate of whip cream, shaving cream or anything else you can come up with and say 'Hello,' Williams famous Mrs Doubtfire line. Then you challenge three others to do the same.

In addition to making your #DoubtfireFace to celebrate the life of Robin Williams, you're asked to donate to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention campaign and help reach their $500,000 goal.

Tad, Andy Cash and I took the #DoubtfireFace challenge and we nominated Brad Paisley, who starred with Williams in 'The Crazy Ones,' Tom and Mike Gossin of Gloriana and Leon & Romy.  I KNOW Romy will LOVE putting a plate of whip cream in Leon's face.

#DoubtfireFace

Jerrod Niemann has already taken the #DoubtfireFace challenge. Which country star will be next?

RULES:

1. Create your own #DoubtfireFace video to #SayHelloToSuicidePrevention and nominate others to do the same.

2. Donate what you can to American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Doubtfire Face team to help us reach $500,000 goal.

3. Post your video to Doubtfire Face For Suicice Prevention's Facebook page so they can share it with the world or on Twitter at #DoubtfireFace.

In the United States, a person dies by suicide every 13.7 minutes claiming more than 38,000 lives each year.