2017 Prize Winners

We're celebrating our best-in-class fundraisers and lucky prize-winners with these new inductions into the Moustache Hall of Fame.

Award nomination: 'Suicide Notes Talk Too Late'

‘Suicide Notes Talk Too Late’ has been nominated for a Charity Film Award, a celebration of non-profit organizations that use the power of film-making to incite audiences to action and change behaviour.

Why we Mo: The Sherway Group

We’re a small company, but Movember has allowed us to expand our reach. Our men’s mental health message is simple: keep awareness as high as possible; driving the message home that it’s ok to get checked out or talk to someone if you need it.

2017's Top Mo-ments

This year, the Mo was everywhere. Passionate Mo Bros and Mo Sistas made sure the iconic lip tickler travelled from rural Dorset to Times Square and back again – spreading the word about our global mission along the way.

Late Late Live Tinder

James Cordon sets Rob, one of our LA-based Development teammates, up on a date.

Mo Prize Round UP

This Movember, we’ve seen incredible fundraising efforts put forth by Mo Bros, Mo Sistas, teams and networks the world over. Let’s break down what’s up for grabs for those Mo Bros and Mo Sistas who go above and beyond to help stop men dying too young.

24 Hour Handlebar Hockey Game brings Fort McMurray together

Fort McMurray’s 24 Hour Handlebar Hockey Game brings Mo Bros and Mo Sistas together and gives Movember’s MOVE Challenge a whole lot of heart.

Two Brothers: Bret & Smith Hart

Bret and Smith Hart are two brothers who grew up in the heart of the wrestling world, had families at similar times, and later discovered they both had prostate cancer around the same time too.

Joshua Kumar: 'I want to be that light for someone else to rely on.'

I joined Movember in 2012 because a friend’s brother was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Since then, I have learned about cancer, mental health and physical inactivity. I realize now that every single one of those is a part of my life. That is my reason for continuing. I want to bring light to perspective and positivity, I want to raise funds for cancer research and most importantly I want to grow a groovy mustache.

Cause Ambassador Story – Heather Mott

When I started supporting Movember, I didn’t imagine that I would personally reap the benefits of the foundation.  I viewed it as a more interesting and creative way to support a health initiative.  That is still true but now it has a deeper, more personal meaning for me.  

Dane Rohmann: 'I want to see a world where cancer doesn't exist.'

'I cannot stress enough the importance of getting checked early, regularly and by an exam. Do not rely solely on a PSA.'

Zach Scheel: 'It starts with not being afraid to show vulnerability'

I participated in Movember for the first time nine years ago to support a friend who had recently been diagnosed with cancer. During my first Movember campaign I was amazed at how many conversations I began having with other men about their health and how something as simple as growing a moustache could help a friend battling cancer.