About Us

Vision, values & results we seek to achieve

The Movember Foundation’s vision, values and results we seek to achieve shape both the way in which we work and the expectations we have of the organizations we fund around the world.

We create fun.

We are accountable and transparent. We strive to exceed best practice cost-to-fundraising ratios.

We are passionate, dedicated, caring people that are here to serve the Movember Community.
We are one team working together and sharing knowledge to accelerate the realization of our shared goals. This is fundamental to how we operate at the Movember Foundation, with our partners, relevant researchers and practitioners.
We have a humble attitude and approach to everything we do.

Born from an entrepreneurial spirit, we apply innovation across the organization to improve efficiency and the Mo Bro and Mo Sista experience.

At every touch point – phone, email, online, in person, or at our events, we create a remarkable experience for the Movember community.
The Movember Foundation stands for constructive change. We challenge the status quo, with the result of driving significant outcomes from the conversations we create and funds we raise.


The annual Movember campaign - Results we seek to achieve
Movember will get men to grow moustaches and the community to support them by creating an innovative, fun and engaging annual Movember campaign, that results in:
  • Funding for the Movember Foundation’s men’s health programs
  • Conversations about men’s health that lead to:
    • Awareness and understanding of the health risks men face
    • Men taking action to remain well
Prostate and Testicular Cancer - Results we seek to achieve 
  • Men living with prostate or testicular cancer have the treatment and care needed to be physically and mentally well
Mental Health - Results we seek to achieve
  • Men and boys are mentally healthy and take action to remain so
  • When men and boys experience mental health problems they take action early 
  • Men and boys with mental health problems are not discriminated against