Get mo-ving for Movember

Posted October 22, 2013, by Andrea Riddell

Calling all Mo Bros and Mo Sistas, the month formerly known as November is here once again. Challenging men to grow a moustache for 30 days, Movember puts men’s health on everyone’s minds … and faces!

Women are also encouraged to join in as Mo Sistas, providing support, facilitating discussion on men’s health, raising money and egging on all ‘purveyors of fine moustaches’.

As an independent global charity, Movember raises money and awareness for prostate and testicular cancer and mental health.

So whether you’re aiming for an enviable handlebar or just a 3 o’clock shadow, put down your razor on 1st Movember and help change the face of men’s health.

Visit the Movember website to find out how you can get involved. 

Hey Mo bros! What does your ’stache say about you?

Different moustaches for Movember
Andrea Riddell

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