John Heyworth's Story

John was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2011. His experience of living with the disease has made him an important part of the Movember Foundation’s TrueNth advisory panel. Find out more.

CEO Adam Garone on World Cancer Day

"There are no borders with cancer; nor should there be with research."

Your Funds and Their Impact on Men Living With Cancer

This World Cancer Day, we’re proud to announce the release of our latest impact report describing the key projects accelerating prostate cancer research and outcomes for men living with the disease.

World Cancer Day 2016

On World Cancer Day, 4th of February 2016, the Movember Foundation and 3 of the UK’s other leading cancer charities will unite the nation and show that together we CAN do something about cancer.

Cancer affects us all

World Cancer Day is about the people affected by this devastating disease and how our actions can help them, and other like them, by changing the future of men's health.

Get Moving in 2016

There are shed loads of fundraising opportunities lined up this year, so find out how you can put your energy into action for men's health and your own.

Local Prize Winners

Here are the cream of the crop of the UK’s best Mo’s. Some top teams and outstanding individual efforts, some spick 'n' span Mo Spaces and MOVE maestros. In addition to the global awards, we give you the home-grown prize winners from our award-winning Mo Community.

Final Community Highlights

As we close the lid on another memorable Movember campaign, here is one final glimpse at the genius and passion of the Mo community, in all their hairy fundraising glory. We genuinely couldn’t do it without you.

Thanks from around the World

Wow, that was huge. You united as a global force for good, put men’s health firmly on the map and raised incredible funds to make a massive difference to the lives of men.

Is exercise the best medicine?

Last weekend at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, the Movember Foundation hosted an international meeting to kick start a world’s first clinical trial that will examine the effectiveness of exercise as a medicine against prostate cancer progression.

End of Movember: What Happens Next?

For 30 hairy days, we join forces to take action for men’s health. By growing moustaches, getting active, fundraising and talking about men’s health, we become a worldwide movement. So what happens when those 30 days are done? 

Community Highlights #5

Every year we're sure Movember couldn't get more epic. Each year we're proven wrong.