The Movember Foundation announces that it will be offering up to €200,000 of funding to Prostate Cancer researchers.
The Movember Foundation has announced the appointment of Owen Sharp to the new role of Global Prostate and Testicular Cancer Lead. Find out more.
This week we have announced the development of two brand new prostate cancer projects. These investments represent a significant commitment from the Movember Foundation to improve clinical practices and outcomes for men with prostate cancer around the world.
Currently, a narrow and restricted definition of ‘what it means to be a man’ is presented to men and boys, reinforced by society.
We're hosting an exclusive first-come, first-served pre-festival Movember dinner on Friday 19th June at the Eroica Britannia festival (Bakewell) with chef Oliver Rowe dishing up the finest locally produced grub.
We’re looking to bring on board a dedicated team of Movember Student Ambassadors across universities in the UK. Are you up for it?
We're back as official charity partner for the vintage cycling festival Eroica Britannia in 2015. Find out more.
Exciting news, your commitment to men’s health is being put to good use. Read more here.
How does Don Draper reflect the changing roles of men in the 21st century?
Beryl Shepherd, a 78-year-old Grandmother from Portsmouth, abseiled down the 170metre Spinnaker Tower for the Movember Foundation.
Wales’ first ManVan, dedicated mobile cancer support across Wales, is celebrating a year of supporting men and their loved ones.
A major clinical trial which is part funded by the Movember Foundation has hit the news recently. Find out why.