Every man who can grow their mustache is faced with a single challenge. Every first of November, all registered members to the Movember Foundation begin the month with a clean-shaven face. Each “Mo Bro” must grow and groom their mustache for the entire month and use its influence to create conversation and raise funds for men’s health.
What Is The “Movember” Movement?
Men are facing a health crisis that isn’t being talked about. They’re dying too young much before their time. All men who registered to the foundation this year are taking action to raising funds for prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.
The Movember Foundation is working year-round for men to live happier, healthier, and longer lives. They want every man to be committed to achieving this program through events they fund and awareness they raise. The good thing about the movement is that it’s also open to all “Mo Sis” (to all female) who wish to support and spread the awareness on men’s health.
How Can You Help?
There are many ways on how you can help the movement in achieving this program for men’s health:
I set up a donation page through the Movember official website. I am aiming a $100 donation target at the end of the month to support this movement.
No Shave Movember: The Shave Downs
Since it’s the first day of Movember, start with a clean-shaven face. Rally with your family and friends to shave down today, November 1. Challenge them and yourself to grow and groom a mustache for the whole month of Movember.
You take “before-and-after-you-shave” self-portrait photos. You can ask family members or friends to join and spread the word as well. Share them and post on social like Facebook and Instagram. Join the movement and pledge your support to the Movember Foundation. Use one of the following captions:
– We are in need of your support! Please donate to #Movember efforts and help change the face of men’s health.
– Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men worldwide. Please donate to #Movember efforts to change this statistic and support men’s health.
– Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in young men. Please donate to #Movember efforts to change this statistic and support men’s health.
– Mental health matters. Movember is working to help men stay mentally healthy, but they can’t do it alone. Please donate to #Movember efforts and support men’s health.
You can include my Mo Space Page link https://mobro.co/skiptheflip or you can create your own donation page by joining the men’s health movement at www.movember.com today.
The MOVE Events and Mo Parties
A MOVE event can be anything physical – a fun run, ping pong tournament or yoga session – in support of Movember.
Who doesn’t like a good oldfashioned party? Bring the community together to raise some cash for men’s health. Why not have a mustache theme or make it a costume party?
Get local sporting clubs, businesses and venues involved and champion Movember in your community.
Use the power of a good time to spread awareness and raise funds for men’s health. Thank you for your efforts in support of the Movement Foundation. Remember to share pictures and videos on social media using #Movember hashtag.
About the Movember Foundation
The Movember Foundation is the leading global organization committed to changing the face of men’s health. Millions have joined the men’s health movement, raising €465 million and funding over 1,000 projects focusing on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, poor mental health and physical inactivity.
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