2018 Prize Winners

This Movember, we’ve seen incredible fundraising efforts from our Mo Bros and Mo Sistas around the world. It’s time we all acknowledge these legends who went above and beyond to stop men dying too young this year.

Mackay Mo Bro’s epic New York Mo-rathon effort

Mackay urologist Dr Sanjeev Bandi has been a powerhouse fundraiser for the Movember Foundation for more than a decade.

Driving Good Mental Health

Freightliner Trucks have partnered with the Movember Foundation this year to make an impact on men’s mental health within the Australian road transport industry.

Grooming Goals

Gillette joined the Movember Foundation as a Major Partner this year to help Mo Bros keep their Mo’s groomed and styled throughout the hairy month in order to stop men dying too young.

The Writing Doesn't Have To Be On The Wall

On March 27, 2005, Nathan Tomlin, made a plan to take his own life. He’d experienced bouts of depression throughout his life and was reeling from the recent death of his mother. He wrote a suicide note to his family and made of playlist of music to see him through to the end.

We Need You (and half your Mo)

468. That's how many men we've lost to Prostate Cancer, Testicular Cancer and Suicide this month alone. The men's health crisis stops for no-one. And so, we must go harder to stop men dying too young.

Make Mo' Mate Time

Melbourne's Stomping Ground Brewing Co. is getting behind Movember this year to raise awareness, funds and to tackle men's health issues, commiting to donate $75,000 to the charity for the second year running.

Mo's at the 2018 ISPS HANDA Melbourne World Cup of Golf

The Movember Foundation has partnered with the 2018 ISPS HANDA World Cup of Golf to make the Metropolitan extra hairy from November 21-25.   The World Cup of Golf will feature two-players from the top 28 nations on the world golf rankings. The 59th staging of the event will see the 56-player field vie for the largest prizemoney purse in Australian golf. Amongst this year’s field are Mark Leishman & Cameron Smith from Australia, Tyrrell Hatton and Ian Poulton from the UK, Ryan Fox & Danny Lee from the US and Adam Hadwin & Nick Taylor from Canada.

How surfing is helping young men stay mentally fit

Men’s mental health is in crisis and 75% of those who take their own life in Australia each year are men.

What you need to know before you Mo

Is your upper-lip tingling in anticipation for Movember 2018? Prep yourself to go bigger, better and hairier for men’s health with these quick tips.

MomenTIM mental health program named among Queensland's best

Congratulations to The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health’s MomenTIM program, which was recognised last week as one of 30 finalists in the 2018 QLD Mental Health Week Achievement Awards.

Mo Team Captain's Guide 2017

Whether it's your fifth or first time leading a Movember Team, these essential resources are for every Movember Captain.