Apocalypse Made Easy! Gamifying social connectedness

Preparing for the Apocalypse? New Movember-funded program has you covered with new team-based gaming platform

Boys of Nunavut

In the Inuit Nunangat region of Northern Canada, suicide rates range from 5-25 times the national average. The highest risk group is Inuit males aged 15-29, with rates almost 40 times the national average.

Prostate Cancer Canada and the Movember Foundation Announce $4M in Research Grants

Researchers in Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver use genetics to find more personalized treatment options for prostate cancer patients

The Movember innovation placing men at the heart of its design

We’re launching a new product to help men find their way through testicular cancer.

A chance to reflect on the path to progress

Our CEO, Owen Sharp, shares a moment of reflection this World Cancer Day.

TrueNTH: changing the future for men with prostate cancer

TrueNTH is a global collaboration of clinicians, researchers and patients aiming to improve the quality of life and outcomes for men with prostate cancer.

$5.2M invested in the fight to strengthen men's social connections

The Movember Foundation has revealed the names of 13 projects to receive pilot funding as part of the Social Innovators Challenge, a $5.2 million investment in projects aimed at strengthening social connections for men across Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

Movember-funded test identifies those at raised risk of testicular cancer

Scientists at The Institute of Cancer Research in London, UK, have found that testing for large numbers of genetic changes can identify men with over a 10-fold increased risk of testicular cancer.

Movember funds promising new blood test for men with prostate cancer

A new blood test, funded in part by the Movember Foundation, could predict which men with advanced prostate cancer will respond to new targeted treatments for the disease.

Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday

Movember Foundation - Indigenous Knowledge Sharing

On November 2, the Movember Foundation project teams from Australia, Canada, and the United States met in Vancouver BC to discuss the progress made on Movember-funded Indigenous communities projects. The teams came together to share key learnings with each other, including challenges, successes, and next steps.

The Locker Room Doctor - help men get informed about their health

As Canadians, we’re likely all familiar with the game of hockey and subsequently a locker room. Movember-funded program, the "Locker Room Doctor" is an engaging multimedia website that initially focuses on helping beer league hockey players become more injury proof and then transforms into a resource that helps men make sense of their lives. This is primarily a male-facing initiative where the weekly hockey social network becomes a platform for health “edutainment”.