If you’re growing a ‘tache for Movember we’ve got some great fundraising tips

The more cash you raise the more the Movember Foundation will be able to do to prevent suicide and stop men dying too young from Prostate and Testicular Cancer.

First make sure you are already signed up at Movember.com and have created your own ‘Mo Space’, fundraising page. Click here to sign up if you haven’t. If you’ve already told everyone you know that you’re now a fully-fledged Mo Bro then there are some things you can do to encourage them to donate more.

We’ve teamed up with the Movember Foundation to come up with a list of dares and forfeits. All you need to do is offer to do them in exchange for a donation.

Tell your friends, family and colleagues what you want to do (social media is great for this!) and then set an amount you’d like them to donate for you to do it. Once you’ve reached the donation amount it’s over to you.

And remember, pics or it didn’t happen…

Which one will you try?

Be an Icon

Recreate an iconic Mo photograph and share it with everyone who donated. Think Burt Reynolds and his bear skin rug.

Make it colourful

Dye your Mo in the last week of Movember (any earlier and you’ll be stuck with a rainbow ‘tache for a while!). Up the stakes and offer the highest donor the chance to pick the colour.

Get dressed up

Have people been comparing your face fluff to Hulk Hogan or Tom Selleck? Go the whole hog and dress up to suit your Mo. Raise some extra cash by charging people for a photo with you.

Quick money boosting tips

Ask your boss to match your donations, or a sk your workplace to match your fundraising total – pound for pound. Share everything you do on social media, you can reach more people with Facebook

Just click on the “Reach more people” button on your Mo Space to set up a synchronised Facebook Fundraiser and use both platforms to raise funds and awareness for Movember.

Did you know that there’s a Movember fundraising guide? You can download it here and it will give you all the info you need for super charging your fundraising.

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