Hey all,

I know it has been a while again since I have been around these parts but just wanted to say hi to all. Starting November first I went clean shaven again (with one of my many straights) and started participating in Movember.

I talked about it a while ago on here (Linked) and just wanted to bring it up again.

If there is anyone that would like to support me with a donation towards Prostate Cancer that would be greatly appreciated. I am not wanting to directly spam anyone, so this is just on here in case people that know me and would like to help out the cause.

Attached below is some more information on it. If you would like to see my progress, you can click on the link for my Mospace page. This is being done to support my bros who are/were going through prostate cancer or any other illnesses.

Cheers and See you all around the forum.

During Movember (the month formerly known as November) I'm growing a Moustache. That's right I'm bringing the Mo back because I'm passionate about tackling men's health issues and being proactive in the fight against prostate cancer.

To donate to my Mo you can either:

Click this link https://www.movember.com/ca/donate and donate online using your credit card or PayPal account, or
Write a cheque payable to the ‘Prostate Cancer Research Foundation of Canada', referencing my Registration Number 1371656 and mailing it to:

Prostate Cancer Research Foundation of Canada
Attn: Movember
145 Front Street East
Suite 306
Toronto Ontario M5A 1E3

Donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.

The money raised by Movember is donated directly to the Prostate Cancer Research Foundation of Canada who will use the funds to create awareness and fund research across the country into prevention, detection and treatment, with a goal to ending the threat of prostate cancer.

Did you know:

* Every year around 24,700 Canadian men are diagnosed with prostate cancer and about 4,300 die of the disease, making it the number one cancer threat to Canadian men.
* 1 in 7 men will develop prostate cancer in their lifetime.
* All men over the age of 40 are potentially at risk and should talk to their doctor about the disease and early detection. Prostate cancer is 95% curable if detected and treated early.

For those that have supported Movember in previous years you can be very proud of the impact it has had and can check out the details at:
[ Fundraising Outcomes ].

Movember culminates at the end of month Gala Partés. If you would like to be part of this great night you'll need to purchase a [ Gala Parté Ticket ].

Thanks for your support,