Men Are Talking About Mental Health - Listen Up

Some of America’s most influential men are speaking up and taking action to reduce the stigma around men’s mental health.

TCS New York City Marathon: 2018

We're pleased to announce that the Movember Foundation will be back for the 2018 TCS New York City Marathon.

A chance to reflect on the path to progress

Our CEO, Owen Sharp, shares a moment of reflection this World Cancer Day.

TrueNTH: changing the future for men with prostate cancer

TrueNTH is a global collaboration of clinicians, researchers and patients aiming to improve the quality of life and outcomes for men with prostate cancer.

2017 Prize Winners

We're celebrating our best-in-class fundraisers and lucky prize-winners with these new inductions into the Moustache Hall of Fame.

Award nomination: 'Suicide Notes Talk Too Late'

‘Suicide Notes Talk Too Late’ has been nominated for a Charity Film Award, a celebration of non-profit organizations that use the power of film-making to incite audiences to action and change behaviour.

2017's Top Mo-ments

This year, the Mo was everywhere. Passionate Mo Bros and Mo Sistas made sure the iconic lip tickler travelled from rural Dorset to Times Square and back again – spreading the word about our global mission along the way.

Late Late Live Tinder

James Cordon sets Rob, one of our LA-based Development teammates, up on a date.

Eric Stout: "Be an advocate for your own health and start now."

A lot of guys don’t want to admit they might have a problem, but by talking to others and being proactive about what’s going on, we can prevent so many men from dying too young.  

How to bring your moustache to Thanksgiving dinner

Give your moustache the introduction it deserves... 

Who is missing from your table this Thanksgiving?

Thanksgiving is all about coming together with family and friends to celebrate the blessings in our lives. Unfortunately, the men we love aren’t always able to be at our Thanksgiving table.

Two Brothers: Bret & Smith Hart

Bret and Smith Hart are two brothers who grew up in the heart of the wrestling world, had families at similar times, and later discovered they both had prostate cancer around the same time too.