12 December 2017

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

2017 Prize Winners
This Movember we’ve seen incredible fundraising efforts put forth by Mo Bros and Mo Sistas around the world. It’s time we all acknowledge the leaders who went above and beyond to change the face of men’s health this year.

Here's a complete list of our 2017 Mo Heroes:
The Mo Mo | Sanjeev Bandi
Sanjeev is a 10-year Mo Bro who has raised $43,185 this year, and an incredible $273,325 since 2008 for the Foundation. He's won tickets for himself and 10 of his mates to an international cricket match of his choice in Australia during the 2017/18 season.

$500 Draw | Laura McManus
Laura has some decision making to do: she can choose whether her prize is a three-night Mana Yoga Retreat, or a three-night Gold Coast Adventure Weekend. 

​$750 Draw | Scott Liddell  
Scott has won two nights at the Lake Crakenback Resort, including one full day of either fishing or biking. 

Team Mo (6 or more members) | Mobart Mo Bros
The Mobart Mo Bros' captain and 5 fundraisers from the team have won an exclusive Lindeman’s dinner and wine blending experience in their nearest capital city to reward them for their Movember efforts.

Team Mo (5 or fewer members) | Griffy Boys
The Griffy Boys' captain and 4 fundraisers from the team have won the ultimate Move prize. Tracking their daily moves next year will be easy - each member of the team receives an exclusive lululemon shopping experience and a special edition gunmetal stainless steel Fitbit Blaze valued at $369.95 each.

Claim your own Platinum Prize 
Did you raise over $1,000 this Movember? Congratulations, you’re part of the elite Movember Platinum Club! Log in to your Mo Space and click "Rewards" now to redeem the prize, and lay claim to the Platinum Club harmonica of your dreams.
We can't thank our amazing fundraisers enough for their support of Movember. We are so inspired by the efforts of our Movember community, and wouldn't be the organization we are today without their dedication.

Mo on!