|Why not hold a Mo party?|
Or any party at all really?
So... along comes Mo-Vember.
There is a fundraising campaign, of course, but you do not have to be raising money to be part of the fun.
The website has more. http://au.movember.com/about/
Even if we do not raise money, we can all raise awareness. Some men still think they will never get sick and that health matters are for other people not them. Men need to look after their health so we are able to love them more. So they can enjoy Life more.
The goals of the Mo-Vember campaign are:
Mo-Vember is popular with the Australian university community and last year the Uni Challenge raised more than $100 000 for men's health. Not bad for people with very low incomes. This year the Uni Challenge will be held again and all universities, TAFE colleges, and schools are invited to participate.
Try this link for a great set of ideas about creating a mo for every occasion.
|The mo ring in action.|
A mo ring for face photos. A mo phone case. A mo necklace.
Could you create mo cupcakes?
Some cities are holding events called The Running of the Mo. Foot races. General activities.
Perhaps a salon could raffle a shave and facial treatment for apres mo time.
Since its beginnings in Melbourne the Mo-Vember idea has spread to all parts of Australia and to New Zealand, USA, Canada, UK, South Africa, Ireland, Finland, The Netherlands, Spain, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, and the Czech Republic. Mo-Vember works to change established habits and attitudes men hold about their health, to educate men about the health risks they face, and to act upon that knowledge.