Team Stardust Movember Campaign

Movember is all about getting the conversation started for mens’ health and wellbeing and of course raising money for research and treatment of prostate and testicular cancer.

Team Stardust is all signed up and you are most welcome to join us on our mission to spread the word and raise lots of cash for this great cause. We want to get LOTS of people talking about health and save some lives. Scroll down to  are a few photos of the team efforts so far.

Here’s what I got up to with the Look East team…

Here’s some of the news features about Team Stardust’s Movember campaign:

http://www.edp24.co.uk/lifestyle/movember

http://www.derehamtimes.co.uk/news/photo_gallery_daughter_of_alvin_stardust_raises_more_than_8_000_with_movember_challenge_in_memory_of_her_father_1_3878692

http://www.edp24.co.uk/news/sophie_jewry_movember_1_3878691?storyId=1.3878692

These are some photos of the Team Stardust’s Movember efforts…

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The reason for the poor state of men’s health are numerous and complex and include:
  • Lack of awareness and understanding of the health issues men face
  • Men not openly discussing their health and how they’re feeling
  • Reluctance to take action when men don’t feel physical or mentally well
  • Men engaging in risky activities that threaten their health  
  • Stigmas surrounding mental health
The Movember Foundation aims to change this way of thinking by putting a fun twist on this serious issue. Using the moustache as a catalyst, the idea is to bring about change and give men the opportunity and confidence to learn and talk about their health and take action when needed.
As a global men’s health movement, the Movember Foundation has the ambition to contribute to improving the lives of men around the world. This will be achieved through programs we fund in the areas of – Awareness & Education, Living with Cancer, Research and Mental Health. We see success as moving the dial on progress towards:
  • Reduced mortality from prostate, testicular cancer and men’s suicide 
  • Men living with prostate or testicular cancer being physically and mentally well
  • Men and boys understanding how to be mentally healthy and taking action when they experience mental health problems
  • Men and boys with mental health problems not being discriminated against

You can find out more about Movember and mens’ health here


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