Intact Insurance
Intact Insurance Company of Canada

https://moteam.co/intact-insurance

$13,718

Target: $10,000
Amount raised last year: $10,384

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Stop Men Dying Too Young

  
 
The Movember Foundation is saving and improving men’s lives through projects focused on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.

It only happens because of people like you.

 

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Chris Hamilton posted a photo on Intact Insurance's page
20 Week(s) Ago

Got this in the mail today team!

Chris Hamilton posted a photo on Intact Insurance's page
20 Week(s) Ago

Got this in the mail today team!

Donation received
37 Week(s) Ago
$260
from Leslee Boychuk

This $260 was collected from folks participating in Jeans Week from the Intact Winnipeg Branch.

Donation received
37 Week(s) Ago
$260
from Leslee Boychuk

This $260 was collected from folks participating in Jeans Week from the Intact Winnipeg Branch.

Donation received
37 Week(s) Ago
$250
from Babsocks

Too many men are dying too young. Thanks for joining the fight for men's health.

Donation received
37 Week(s) Ago
$250
from Babsocks

Too many men are dying too young. Thanks for joining the fight for men's health.

Donation received
37 Week(s) Ago
$615
from Richard Manalili

Edmonton Jeans Week

Donation received
37 Week(s) Ago
$615
from Richard Manalili

Edmonton Jeans Week

Donation received
40 Week(s) Ago
$190
from Lise Dunn

Victoria Branch Contribution

Donation received
40 Week(s) Ago
$190
from Lise Dunn

Victoria Branch Contribution

Chris Hamilton

Hi all,
Vancouver Jeans week money also just posted! $1,100 from that office!

Chris Hamilton

Hi all,
Vancouver Jeans week money also just posted! $1,100 from that office!

Donation received
40 Week(s) Ago
$1,100
from Vancouver Jeans Week

Donation received
40 Week(s) Ago
$1,100
from Vancouver Jeans Week

Chris Hamilton

Hi everyone,
Just posted $1,260 from the Calgary Jeans week to the team page. Since it was from an event, it showed up as from an anonymous supporter. I will see if I can fix that on future event posts.

Chris Hamilton

Hi everyone,
Just posted $1,260 from the Calgary Jeans week to the team page. Since it was from an event, it showed up as from an anonymous supporter. I will see if I can fix that on future event posts.

Donation received
40 Week(s) Ago
$1,260
from an anonymous supporter

Donation received
40 Week(s) Ago
$1,260
from an anonymous supporter

Chris Hamilton

Happy Movember 1st!

It’s been a long 48 weeks of drought and neglect for our beloved upper lips. But alas, their moment of greatness has finally arrived once again.

Mo Bros today marks the beginning of our hairy journey together. Yes, today the month of Movember (the month formerly known as November) begins. For the next 30 days we will grow and groom a moustache to raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and suicide prevention. (Bonus points to those who have chosen to get physically active or host an event in support of the hairy cause!)

Most importantly, we will proudly wear our hairy ribbon to start conversations with the men and boys in our lives and encourage them to take their health seriously, become more aware of the health risks that men face, and – last but not least – have some fun and raise some funds along the way.

Now, there are a few things you should do before beginning your journey. Here are a few tips on how to get your Movember started:

1) Prep your Mo Space: Take the time to personalize your Mo Space page, this is your fundraising headquarters. Look at it as your moustache’s Facebook page. Update your profile picture, write your motivation and customize your url to make it easier for your donors to find you.
2) Rally More Mos(!): When trying to raise funds, more Mo’s are better than one. Rally your friends, family and co-workers to grow alongside you. If we all recruit one more team member today or tomorrow, our team doubles in size. Please make that your objective! If people start a few days late it really is no big deal… If they have a beard, tell them to sacrifice it. The truth is, behind every beard is an even better moustache. No need for them to start from scratch.
3) Donate to Yourself: Any cause worth growing for is worth donating to, so show your Mo Space visitors that you’re committed to Movember by donating to yourself.
4) Spread the Word: You’re part of a global movement of Mo Bros and Mo Sistas working to change the face of men’s health. Add a Movember tag line in your email signature during the month. Include a link for people to sign up on your Mo Team.

ex. “We want men to lead healthier, happier longer lives. Help me change the face of men’s health this Movember. Join our team and sign up at movember.com”


5) Know Why You Mo: Everyone loves an educated Mo Bro or Mo Sista, so make sure you brush up on your knowledge of the Movember causes and where the money is going. https://ca.movember.com/programs/cause
6) Thank Your Donors: Mind your manners! Be sure to thank the people who are supporting your Movember journey. (BONUS: doing so publicly on social media is a great way to communicate your appreciation while also encouraging other potential donors to follow suit and support your Mo!)

I appreciate your commitment to the cause and look forward to Mo’ing with you over the coming weeks!

Together we can stop men dying too young.

Mo On!

In hairy solidarity,
Chris

Chris Hamilton

Happy Movember 1st!

It’s been a long 48 weeks of drought and neglect for our beloved upper lips. But alas, their moment of greatness has finally arrived once again.

Mo Bros today marks the beginning of our hairy journey together. Yes, today the month of Movember (the month formerly known as November) begins. For the next 30 days we will grow and groom a moustache to raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and suicide prevention. (Bonus points to those who have chosen to get physically active or host an event in support of the hairy cause!)

Most importantly, we will proudly wear our hairy ribbon to start conversations with the men and boys in our lives and encourage them to take their health seriously, become more aware of the health risks that men face, and – last but not least – have some fun and raise some funds along the way.

Now, there are a few things you should do before beginning your journey. Here are a few tips on how to get your Movember started:

1) Prep your Mo Space: Take the time to personalize your Mo Space page, this is your fundraising headquarters. Look at it as your moustache’s Facebook page. Update your profile picture, write your motivation and customize your url to make it easier for your donors to find you.
2) Rally More Mos(!): When trying to raise funds, more Mo’s are better than one. Rally your friends, family and co-workers to grow alongside you. If we all recruit one more team member today or tomorrow, our team doubles in size. Please make that your objective! If people start a few days late it really is no big deal… If they have a beard, tell them to sacrifice it. The truth is, behind every beard is an even better moustache. No need for them to start from scratch.
3) Donate to Yourself: Any cause worth growing for is worth donating to, so show your Mo Space visitors that you’re committed to Movember by donating to yourself.
4) Spread the Word: You’re part of a global movement of Mo Bros and Mo Sistas working to change the face of men’s health. Add a Movember tag line in your email signature during the month. Include a link for people to sign up on your Mo Team.

ex. “We want men to lead healthier, happier longer lives. Help me change the face of men’s health this Movember. Join our team and sign up at movember.com”


5) Know Why You Mo: Everyone loves an educated Mo Bro or Mo Sista, so make sure you brush up on your knowledge of the Movember causes and where the money is going. https://ca.movember.com/programs/cause
6) Thank Your Donors: Mind your manners! Be sure to thank the people who are supporting your Movember journey. (BONUS: doing so publicly on social media is a great way to communicate your appreciation while also encouraging other potential donors to follow suit and support your Mo!)

I appreciate your commitment to the cause and look forward to Mo’ing with you over the coming weeks!

Together we can stop men dying too young.

Mo On!

In hairy solidarity,
Chris

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