Take action and make a commitment to changing the face of men’s health by signing up for Movember now.
There is strength in numbers, so create your team page and invite your entire team/club/league to join.
Sharing stories of the back room staff and players supporting the Mo is a great way to start a conversation with the community about the importance of men’s health.
Men grow real moustaches for Movember. Thin and wispy or thick and full – the size of a Mo doesn’t matter as long as you play by the official rules: no beards or goatees.
Use your moustache or support the growth of a Mo to raise funds for the Movember Foundation’s programmes. Get to know your Mo Space, your fundraising headquarters with all the tools needed to ask friends, family and co-workers to donate to your Mo.
Take pride in your Mo growing efforts by arranging a post-match get together and host a Mo Party for the team and the biggest fans in the community. Everyone will be in awe of all the fine Mo Bros and Mo Sistas playing on the same team.
Dodgeball UK & Movember UK hosted a star-studded winner-takes-all Dodgeball Tournament. Mo Bro & Mo Sista teams were invited to Dodge, Dip, Duck, Dive and Dodge, with all entry money (£1,159) going to Movember and changing the face of men’s health.
20 teams took on the challenge including BT Sport, talkSPORT Radio, Chelsea FC, Wasps Rugby, ESPN, Sky Sports and Movember UK to name just a few. The nights saw International rugby union stars, Olympic athletes, models, media personalities, Mo Bros and Mo Sistas rub shoulders and dodge balls. An event to hopefully be repeated this year, but on an even bigger scale!
The McLaren Formula 1 team fended off stiff competition from from Marussia F1 and Lotus F1 to top the podium with a strong performance from start to finish. There was great support from the factory, pit lanes and drivers for this team effort to change the face of men’s health. Their efforts were also championed on Sky F1 and BBC F1, with Mo’s on Jenson Button and Sergio Perez’ helmets and race cars. The MocLaren F1 Mo Bros were captained by the mysterious ‘Professor Mo’.
All 12 teams in the English Premiership scrummed down to tackle Movember head on, with strong support from broadcasters BT Sport and title sponsors Aviva. The network consisted of 738 members, made up of players, staff and fans, and rose a staggering £104,576.
Special mentions for Dylan Hartley’s Front Mo Union team, who raised more than £47k, and David Kurk’s Wasps Mo Bros who raised over £25k.
“It felt like the Mo gave us an extra 25 per cent on the pitch.”