To change the face of men's health
Go Team WCCO!
This is for Mike Augustyniak
This donation is in honor of my niece's husband Andy Thieman, who Matt Brickman featured this morning on WCCO. Thanks for that great piece, Matt!
My dad is a prostate cancer survivor and this month my husband has been growing a 'stash' all month in support of him and for all mens health! I pledged $5 a day and was happy to see Matt this morning talking about his team needing to make a goal. I would prefer my donation to stay local and hope this is the case with the CCO team!
Only a week left of those fun staches!! Nice work Fellas!!
Keep up the good work, fellas!
Although I am partial to Mike, you all look so great, I have to give to the team. You get more money this way, too!
Thanks for the bonus offer. I would Mike to record my VM message.
WWN - Dan Nelson, Lakeville
Dear Matt, I heard you want to try to get to a goal of 1,000.00 by the end of the day. I hope this helps your very worthy cause!
I know how exciting it is to return to the site to see how your efforts have grown as I have been watching my oldest Son Nate's new video Carry Me Home Grow in Views and "Likes" on Youtube since its release yesterday.
Nate is a bit of a local celebrity here in Willmar and is an aspiring film maker and artist. Please check him out on YOUTUBE if you get an opportunity.
I still have a picture that was taken with you and Esme at the WCCO State Fair booth in 2012 and I have coffee with you every Saturday morning when I watch your show :-)
Anyway Keep up the Great Work! I Love WCCO!!!
This donation is in honor of my husband Mike who is at his 4 month "cancer free" mark from prostate cancer! Go Mike! He had a terrific team of doctors! Thank you all for doing this : ) The doctors say that when someone gets diagnosed with prostate cancer, they get flooded with all their relatives, friends etc. ready to get tested.... lets hope that this will get people in BEFORE they get that news from a loved one!
Year 2. I have last years thank you postcard up on the wall!
I feel that as a WWN dude I should support the Hi-Sci Weather TV Team guys with their Movember campaign as much as I support my own Mo-Bro team. I split my donation 50/50 because it is all going to the same place anyway. Looking forward to seeing what Mo's you are all bringing to the table...
I had moustaches on and off during my career in the Air Force, but never really thought about helping some cause, somebody, or even my own health & well-being until I started supporting Movember back in November 2011 after my Uncle John passed away from cancer earlier that year in March 2011. Since then I have participated every year and will continue to do so in the future.
Good luck to your team!
11 days of facial hair freedom...then it's on!