Dr. Mark Dickson
7  year  Mo Bro

$5,231

Target: $2,500
raised $19,168 since 2015
My motivation
Fundraising for cause areas including:
Men's health
Prostate cancer
Testicular cancer
Mental health and suicide prevention

For my 7th Movember season, I will be dedicating my efforts to my Uncle Harry Dickson, who passed away earlier this year while having battled prostate cancer. He was a big inspiration in my life, always a hard worker and dedicated family man, along with being kind to everyone. We all miss him and I want to make him proud this year by trying my hardest at raising money and awareness for Men’s Health. We are all in this together!
To also make things more challenging and fun this year, I plan to do 1000 total chin-ups by the end of the month. Thanks for your support!

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Congratulations Mark on another awesome year to help this campaign

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Congratulations Mark on another awesome year to help this campaign

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Previous year's posts
108 Week(s) Ago

Day 8: thanks to Anna for supporting me in my endeavours of raising funds and awareness for Men’s Health. I have never had a moustache like this before haha!

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Day 9: the family and I chased Santa for a couple kms at the London Santa Claude Parade and caught him climbing off his float. He pointed at the kids and wanted to do a picture before heading to the North Pole!

Previous year's activities
108 Week(s) Ago
I walked 6.81 km03:00:00

We were back in London for the Santa Clause parade and followed Santa for a couple kms when he passed us. What a fun family night!

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I walked 1.77 km00:45:00

We did a quick trip downtown and bought some cat food for Gatsby at Walmart.

108 Week(s) Ago
I walked 6.69 km04:00:00

Here are the results from November 6th and 7th from walking around town with the family

109 Week(s) Ago
I walked 9 km

The family and I spent a lot of time outside today walking through London and racking up 9km!
12/60km completed

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Day 2: We went for a nice 3km walk tonight with the family after supper. Looking forward to taking on this 60km goal!

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I walked 3 km01:00:00

3/60km completed

Thank you so much for helping to change the face of men's health, Mark.
Congrats on already crushing your goal! Best of luck in the final stretch.
Mo Love,
Andrée

158 Week(s) Ago

Movember Day 20! Thanks to everyone for helping me reach my goal of $1500 for the year. 10 days left to see what kind of record we can set!

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Movember Day 11: the family and I had a nice 3km walk on a brisk Remembrance Day. Lest we Forget.

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Movember Day 9: thanks for all the donations. Together we can make a difference!

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Movember Day 8: I received a couple compliments that the moustache is becoming more noticeable in various lighting haha.

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Movember Day 7: today was a fantastic day with having a front page story in the Tillsonburg News about Movember. I will post a picture tomorrow about it. Thanks for your support!

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Movember Day 6: 1.4 million men are diagnosed globally with prostate cancer each year according to the Movember foundation. Early detection is key to having a 98% survival rate over 5 years compared to only 26% if detected when the cancer has progressed.

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