If You Can’t Grow A Mo, Check Out These Three Alternatives!

According to The Movember Foundation, by 2030 the number of men dying prematurely will have reduced by 25%. This is fantastic news but we still have a long road ahead. Its paramount that we join together to continue to support this incredible movement, whether you champion the moustache for 30 days or take on one of the ideas below:

  • Take the Move challenge

Challenge yourself to get physically active and raise funds for mens health. Invite your family and friends to join you on your endeavour to increase awareness. Whether its beating your personal best or trying something new, if you are sweating you are contributing. This easy three step process will get you up and moving in no time!

  • Host an event

Having worked in the events industry for the last seven years, we know the impact a fundraising event can have to the amount raised. Whether its a dinner party, golf tournament or movie night in, have some fun and stop men dying too young. Get the party started here!

  • Go mobile

Creating a custom online auction is the way to go if you are limited with time and resources. You can share your auction with friends, family and colleagues with one simple click. We can even help you source some unique and exclusive auction items to get the bidding going! To find out more, please contact us.

For those of you who are growing your Mo for the next 30 days, please tag @Givergy via Instagram so we can follow your progress throughout November. We cant wait to see how youre getting on!

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Jordan Morris

Jordan Morris

Givergy

Jordan recently joined Givergy after studying Politics with International Relations at the University of York. He has over two years experience within the charity sector working as a face-to-face fundraiser and as a constituency campaigner. After experiencing the sector from within and knowing first-hand the impact digital solutions can make to fundraising strategies, Jordan is now dedicated to innovating the way charities fundraise to ensure they maximise returns from every fundraising campaign.