Emergency services & NHS

Emergency services and NHS workers, it's time to get involved in the movement that's changing the face of men's health.

Movember brings together the whole workforce to have fun, raise funds and spark crucial conversations about men's health.

This page has everything you need to get started.

Why get involved?

Working in emergency services can be a tough gig. Across the globe, frontline workers are at increased risk of poor mental health and suicide.

Taking part in Movember is a surefire way to get conversations about mental health flowing and have fun, doin' good.

Join us. Unite under the banner of men's health, and save lives in yet another way.


How to start a Movember fundraiser at work

Register and create a team

Download the Movember app and create your profile, called your Mo Space. Then head to the Teams section to set up your workplace.

Everything you need to Mo like a pro

We've got loads of resources to help you smash your fundraiser out of the park.

Want to get in touch with a member of the Movember team? Hit the button below to send us an email.

Emergency services fundraising guide


Our emergency services fundraising guide is loaded with tips, info and ideas to help you bring Movember to life at your workplace.

Other fundraising resources


Check out our resource hub for more fundraising guides, posters, social media graphics and tons more.

Sam from Southeast Coast Ambulance Service has been championing men's health for over five years.
Sam Leroy
Sam from Southeast Coast Ambulance Service has been championing men's health for over five years.

In the ambulance service, we are at higher risk of developing PTSD and it's something which isn't talked about enough.

Me and the team feel that growing a Mo is a great conversation starter. People ask why you're doing it and the conversation naturally leads into raising awareness.

Where the money goes

The funds you raise will take on the most pressing issues when it comes to men's health.

Learn more about the causes Movember supports and the important work you enable us to fund.

Men's health


We've teamed up with Gillette to provide funding to the Resilient Senior Leaders Programme (RESLEAPS) developed by the University of Leicester.

The RESLEAPS programme is designed to reduce the stigma of seeking support within the police force and create a safe space for police superintendents to share concerns.

Learn more →

Other work we fund


Since 2003, we have built a men's health movement, funding over 1,320 projects around the world. We call it challenging the status quo – shaking up men’s health research and transforming the way health services reach and support men.

Get started

Ready to go? Sign up and start your Movember fundraiser today.