Steven Lippis

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$70

Target: $200
Steven has raised $409 since 2007.
Men are always told to harden up and be a man, taunted if sick for having 'man flu', and generally made to feel weak and worthless if they admit they are sick or depressed. I reckon being a man is more than just being tough. It's being smart. Knowing it's okay to get checked out and to get help.

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from M C

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$20
from M C

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$20
from Roxanne Bratby

Great job as always Steven!

Donation received
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$20
from Roxanne Bratby

Great job as always Steven!

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$10
from Kelly Lord

Donation received
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$10
from Kelly Lord

Steven Lippis
7 Week(s) Ago

Things got a bit hairy at work, but we got through Movember.

Steven Lippis
7 Week(s) Ago

Things got a bit hairy at work, but we got through Movember.

Steven Lippis
7 Week(s) Ago

The final moustache!

Steven Lippis
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The final moustache!

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Steven Lippis
11 Week(s) Ago

Right! the beard has come off. My face is super sensitive.

Steven Lippis
11 Week(s) Ago

Right! the beard has come off. My face is super sensitive.

Donation received
12 Week(s) Ago
$20
from Kristy Winwood

The onky good enough reason to grow a mo

Donation received
12 Week(s) Ago
$20
from Kristy Winwood

The onky good enough reason to grow a mo

Steven Lippis
12 Week(s) Ago

I did my first Movember 10 years ago. There are so many great charities and organisations for women with cancer, but there was nothing for men. Prostate cancer, just as prevalent as breast cancer, received a fraction of the funding, and to this day, more men are dying of cancer than women, but there's still very little focus on men's health issues.

I have participated in Movember sporadically over the years. 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012 and 2014.

Ten year anniversary of my first is a great reason to do it again. But I have another reason.

I moved to the outback town of Winton in April this year. Recently Winton lost its mayor, Butch Lenton, to cancer. The entire town, and then some, turned out for his funeral. It wasn't just his family affected, it was the entire community.

Winton also experiences the devastating effects of depression. Six out of eight suicides in Australia are men. I reckon that's just not on. We have a culture of having to bottle up our feelings, and this doesn't end well.

So, the beard is coming off!

Steven Lippis
12 Week(s) Ago

I did my first Movember 10 years ago. There are so many great charities and organisations for women with cancer, but there was nothing for men. Prostate cancer, just as prevalent as breast cancer, received a fraction of the funding, and to this day, more men are dying of cancer than women, but there's still very little focus on men's health issues.

I have participated in Movember sporadically over the years. 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012 and 2014.

Ten year anniversary of my first is a great reason to do it again. But I have another reason.

I moved to the outback town of Winton in April this year. Recently Winton lost its mayor, Butch Lenton, to cancer. The entire town, and then some, turned out for his funeral. It wasn't just his family affected, it was the entire community.

Winton also experiences the devastating effects of depression. Six out of eight suicides in Australia are men. I reckon that's just not on. We have a culture of having to bottle up our feelings, and this doesn't end well.

So, the beard is coming off!

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