UNC Urology
University of North Carolina

$1,890

Target: $6,000
Amount raised last year: $2,477

Our Motivation

This is our 6th year of raising awareness and starting conversations to change the face of men's health! Get Growing!

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Team Moves

18.25 mi

 

Stop Men Dying Too Young

  
 
Movember is saving and improving men’s lives through projects focused on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.

It only happens because of people like you.

 

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8 Week(s) Ago
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$400
from Mathew Raynor

Mo-tastic!!

9 Week(s) Ago
Donation received
$400
from Mathew Raynor

Mo-tastic!!

9 Week(s) Ago
Donation received
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from Triangle Area Square Dance Clubs

Donations from benefit Movember dance by Triangle Area Square Dance Club members.

9 Week(s) Ago
Donation received
$100
from Triangle Area Square Dance Clubs

Donations from benefit Movember dance by Triangle Area Square Dance Club members.

9 Week(s) Ago
Donation received
$50
from Tryston Jack

For the Men in my life! Mo on!

9 Week(s) Ago
Donation received
$50
from Tryston Jack

For the Men in my life! Mo on!

9 Week(s) Ago
Brad Olson: I ran 3 mi00:26:36

Another 3mi logged towards the monthly goal of 60.

A few short years ago 60 in a week would have been no big deal, but I promise you, running isn't easy getting back into.

Definitely feeling stronger every time I head out.

9 Week(s) Ago
Brad Olson: I ran 3 mi00:26:36

Another 3mi logged towards the monthly goal of 60.

A few short years ago 60 in a week would have been no big deal, but I promise you, running isn't easy getting back into.

Definitely feeling stronger every time I head out.

10 Week(s) Ago
Brad Olson: I walked 3.25 mi01:05:00

10 Week(s) Ago
Brad Olson: I walked 3.25 mi01:05:00

10 Week(s) Ago
Brad Olson: I ran 2.96 mi00:26:36

Cold but sunny

10 Week(s) Ago
Brad Olson: I ran 2.96 mi00:26:36

Cold but sunny

10 Week(s) Ago
Brad Olson: I ran 3.14 mi00:28:58

Another few miles logged and the while the legs felt like jelly and the sweaty ‘mo didn’t feel great it’s nothing compared to those men who have gone through cancer or a mental health crisis. Happy to move.

10 Week(s) Ago
Donation received
$100
from Larry Apel
11 Week(s) Ago
Brad Olson: I walked 2.9 mi00:58:09

Lovely morning walk at Eno with the dogs

11 Week(s) Ago
Brad Olson: I ran 3 mi00:28:02

Day 1 is always tough... but you’ve got to start somewhere! 3 miles down, 57 to go

11 Week(s) Ago
Brad Olson posted a photo on UNC Urology's page

Very! Excited to see that UNC Football is getting behind #UNCMovember (https://twitter.com/TarHeelFootball/status/1190290704376840193)

12 Week(s) Ago
Brad Olson posted a photo on UNC Urology's page

1 week until Movember - Very excited to be participating!
I have been involved with the UNC Men’s Health Program (UNCMensHealth.org) and these kinds of social campaigns really do have an effect. I’ve watched men’s health engagement increase but there is still a long road ahead to impress upon many men why prioritizing their health is so important.
So this Movember if there is even one person who makes a decision to take steps to improve their health or impart on someone they love to do so, then my time spent participating is well worth it.

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