FIRST INTERNATIONAL CENTRE TO ACHIEVE
First International Centre to achieve:
Team Colonial and Zest Wellness are ready to grow some 'staches!
1 in 9 Bermuda men will have prostate cancer. Many do not have health insurance, this campaign raises the funds to assist a clinic that will offer checkups for these people!
Please consider the huge difference any donation can make to the community.
We are growing mustaches to raise awareness (and funds) for men’s health issues here in Bermuda.
The gentlemen of Sompo International Reinsurance and Guy Carpenter truly appreciate your support!
Please join us in raising awareness and funds to tackle the health risks facing men and to encourage them to talk about issues they don’t traditionally address - including the risks of prostate cancer, testicular cancer and depression...
Your support for this important cause is much appreciated, thank you!
Any help you can give to this vital cause is greatly appreciated!
KPMG continue to support the fantastic team and the great work done every day at the Bermuda Cancer & Health Centre! We thank you for your continued support in our mission to raise awareness for Men's Health and to provide vital funds for the Equal Access fund. May this Movember be the hairiest on record!
Dr John Gaugain
Dr Andrew Jamieson
Dr Gordon Kooiman
Raising money to 1) help men become more aware of ‘the silent killer – prostate cancer’ and 2) support men needing prostate cancer treatment regardless of their ability to pay.
Please support my first Movember attempt to raise money for a great cause. It is the first time I have shaved in 5+ years
Good luck to everyone who is participating & donating to this worthy cause!
Representing the Hamilton Rotary Club in doing my part to help the fight against cancer.
It is time for the Halloween beard to disappear and for me to start growing some facial hair for a good cause! This November I plan on growing a mustache to end all mustaches, all in aid of men's cancer support.
This is a very worth while cause that will affect many of us during our lifetimes. Please take a moment to sponsor my efforts, no amount is too small as every little bit will help this great cause!
Tell a friend to get checked...take your pick, finger tip or needle prick!
I’m a survivor - diagnosed and had surgery for testicular cancer earlier this year. Even though the tumor was caught early, it was a pretty stressful time for me and my family and I wasn’t very comfortable talking about it. My husband Shane, brother Ben and Brother-in-law Terrence are joining me in support, we are growing moustaches as our cancer ‘ribbon’.
That said, MOvember is a great time for men to talk about a number of issues affecting men, to highlight the importance (as it was in my case) of self-examination and getting in to see your doctor early and to share our stories.
It's imperative that men are encouraged to self-examine and go to doctors or health professionals when there are concerns; annual check-ups and screenings are extremely important because they can help detect diseases like cancer early - and the earlier that cancer is caught, the higher the chance of it being treated. ... The top three types of cancer that most commonly affect men are prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and colo-rectal cancer.
If you have the capacity, please donate to Bermuda Cancer & Health to support treatment and education programmes and hopefully one day we can end the trauma that cancer wreaks on millions of families worldwide.
Support Ronnie and Baxter for this very worthwhile cause.
Deloitte Bermuda will be joining the Movember event this year organized by Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre. November is a month to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men’s suicide. Each November, the Centre provides platform for men to have conversations about their health and to raise funds to directly impact men’s health in Bermuda. Let us all support this great initiative. Your efforts to raise awareness and donations are much appreciated.