1
year Mo Bro
Auston Matthews

$84

Target: $134,000
raised $66,748 since 2020
My motivation

For terms & conditions about the signed photo reward please visit: https://ca.movember.com/story/austonmatthews

Some of you love it, some of you hate it. And now, the fate of my moustache is in your hands. If I raise $134,000 by the end of the Movember, I am committing to shave off this duster in support of a great cause.

Movember is the leading charity changing the face of men’s health on a global scale. They are making change happen by investing in these critical areas: mental health and suicide prevention, prostate cancer, testicular cancer, funding ground-breaking health projects to help men live happier, healthier, longer lives.

Together we can make a difference for men's health. Help me stop men dying too young.

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30 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Vicky C
$50

Please make moustache merch
I actually love the moustache so much, I hate to see it go

30 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Vicky C
$50

Please make moustache merch
I actually love the moustache so much, I hate to see it go

35 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Tyler Warcop
$34
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Donation from:
Tyler Warcop
$34
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38 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Diane Francis
$100
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38 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Diane Francis
$100
38 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Timothy Smith
$50

Good Luck this year Auston! Hope your a Leaf for your entire career! Cheers Tim

38 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Timothy Smith
$50

Good Luck this year Auston! Hope your a Leaf for your entire career! Cheers Tim

39 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Darcy Howat
$2

Dear Kid,

I more focused than ever on being your unofficial volunteer coach & 3rd goalie. Today I'm watching the 2017 Centennial Classic between Toronto and Detroit. I can't help but notice how relaxed you and the boys looked that day. I believe it's because some of the veterans took the time to make a strong presences in the locker room prior to puck drop. I have tried to talk to Shanahan a couple of times but my intimating looks and attitude made him more than nervous. Luckily for me I can always chirp him on Twitter and other social media outlets. If Toronto simply applied themselves they would win a few Stanley Cups and create a dynasty in the process. Without going into too much detail the Leafs simply need more toughness from the 3rd & 4th lines (Gordie Howe played like a stud in the 1980 NHL Allstar game!). My plan would have you, Mitchie & Tavares play a triangle system of hockey (please study Michael Jordan's, The Last Dance, documentary on Netflix to learn more) which would require you to play 30 plus minutes per game. I would also build a farm team with the Leafs Legends so come playoffs Toronto would have all the necessary tools to succeed.

Kind Regards,
Darcy Craig Howat
Forever Humboldt Strong

P.S. I also figuratively solved Forrest Fenn's riddle and gifted the knowledge away. I'm currently working on releasing a video on youtube to explain why the Akolkolex Waterfall/Revelstoke is more than likely the Lost City of Gold.

39 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Darcy Howat
$2

Dear Kid,

I more focused than ever on being your unofficial volunteer coach & 3rd goalie. Today I'm watching the 2017 Centennial Classic between Toronto and Detroit. I can't help but notice how relaxed you and the boys looked that day. I believe it's because some of the veterans took the time to make a strong presences in the locker room prior to puck drop. I have tried to talk to Shanahan a couple of times but my intimating looks and attitude made him more than nervous. Luckily for me I can always chirp him on Twitter and other social media outlets. If Toronto simply applied themselves they would win a few Stanley Cups and create a dynasty in the process. Without going into too much detail the Leafs simply need more toughness from the 3rd & 4th lines (Gordie Howe played like a stud in the 1980 NHL Allstar game!). My plan would have you, Mitchie & Tavares play a triangle system of hockey (please study Michael Jordan's, The Last Dance, documentary on Netflix to learn more) which would require you to play 30 plus minutes per game. I would also build a farm team with the Leafs Legends so come playoffs Toronto would have all the necessary tools to succeed.

Kind Regards,
Darcy Craig Howat
Forever Humboldt Strong

P.S. I also figuratively solved Forrest Fenn's riddle and gifted the knowledge away. I'm currently working on releasing a video on youtube to explain why the Akolkolex Waterfall/Revelstoke is more than likely the Lost City of Gold.

40 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Brendan Wolohan
$20

For my grandpa

40 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Brendan Wolohan
$20

For my grandpa

40 Week(s) Ago
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Clay Horner
$1,500
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Clay Horner
$1,500
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Sutton Family Foundation
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Donation from:
Sutton Family Foundation
$5,034
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Peter Tsapoitis
$20
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Peter Tsapoitis
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Emily Wilson
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Emily Wilson
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43 Week(s) Ago

Hi there. I have a 19 year old son who was diagnosed with Testicular cancer four weeks ago. It has been a very overwhelming and stressful time for him and our entire family. Above all he is a huge hockey fan, he still plays on his community team (although not at the current time). I am trying to think of ways to life his spirits, give him something positive to focus on in a very dark time. He collects jerseys both hockey, and I am wondering if there is any community work that you or your organization does to donate to people like my son, during their time of difficulty. His dad is right now doing a Movember campaign as well. Thank you!

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