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FTFC support Movember

4 November 2015

Movember 2015 has kicked off and we want you to get behind this fantastic cause.

Last year, Movember raised more than £50,000 through the Football League community and expects many clubs to once again take up the challenge of growing a mo or committing to MOVE to raise awareness and funds for men’s health.

Even though the Movember Foundation will always be all about the moustache, there is now more than one way to champion men’s health next month. MOVE is a new initiative encouraging Mo Bros and Mo Sistas to get physically active and make a commitment to improve their health while raising funds.

The challenge is to MOVE every day of Movember – 30 MOVEs in 30 days. How you MOVE each day is up to you. Whether it’s a workout one day, walking 30 minutes to work the next, a game of ping pong or an epic bike ride, no MOVE is too big or small.

As Mo Bros unite and clean shave on the first of the month, they become walking, talking billboards helping to generate awareness and raise vital funds as they wear Movember’s hairy ribbon, the moustache for 30 days.

The good news is that moving on a regular basis can reduce your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer by up to 50% and lower your risk of early death by up to 30%. It’s also one of the best ways to stay mentally healthy and one of the best treatments for mild to moderate depression.

“This Movember, we want Mo Bros and Mo Sistas to think about mind, body and mo by challenging each other to grow or MOVE for 30 days.” says Sarah Coghlan, UK country director for Movember. “Being active is one of the best things you can do for your health, so the addition of MOVE makes it even
easier to do something fun that’s good for you and men’s health. Just sign up at Movember.com.”

The Movember Foundation spans the globe across 21 countries. Since inception, a global army of more than 5million Mo Bros and Mo Sistas have grown or supported the growth of a moustache. To date more than £400 million has been raised globally and more than 1,000 men’s health projects have been funded.

Men and women sign up at Movember.com to grow, give or MOVE for the 30 days of Movember.

Fleetwood Town manager Steven Pressley said: “It is a great cause. I have always had a beard or a moustache for the last ten years so it doesn’t really affect me.

“I am sure a few of the lads will have a real good go this year and it is always a good topic of conversation.

“It is all in aid of a great charity and whatever anybody can do to help is a positive factor.”

To show your support for Movember and back the Fleetwood Town staff and players that are doing it, please DONATE HERE



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