The Movember Foundation ranked 55 out of top 500 NGOs in the world

For the fourth year running, we've been ranked highly among the top 500 NGOs.

Your Funds and Their Impact on Men Living With Cancer

This World Cancer Day, we’re proud to announce the release of our latest impact report describing the key projects accelerating prostate cancer research and outcomes for men living with the disease.

Is exercise the best medicine?

Last weekend at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, the Movember Foundation hosted an international meeting to kick start a world’s first clinical trial that will examine the effectiveness of exercise as a medicine against prostate cancer progression.

Mo than an Annual Report

At the Movember Foundation, we take pride in sharing our latest annual report with you.

New Prostate Cancer Outcomes Intiatives

This week we have announced the development of two brand new prostate cancer projects. These investments represent a significant commitment from the Movember Foundation to improve clinical practices and outcomes for men with prostate cancer around the world.

Global Action Plan: Fast tracking a time when no man will die from prostate or testicular cancer

Because of you, we’re uniting the prostate and testicular cancer research world. Together we’re delivering life changing results.

Irish Financial Summary

In light of an article published in the Sunday Business Post, dated 08.06.14, we have detailed the facts on how Movember raises and spends funds as they were supplied to the newspaper but not detailed in the article.

The Moustache Effect

This is how you and the moustache are changing the face of men’s health.

Innovative Prostate Cancer Research

We are proud to announce the investment of over €2.5million into innovative prostate cancer research in Ireland, made possible by the hard work and dedication of our Mo Bros and Mo Sistas, and the unrivalled generosity of our donors.

What Happens Next?

The end is here, Gen Mo. It’s been a crazy ride – you did yourselves proud. Thank you.

Movember-funded Irish Cancer Society research scholarship

Last night Silvin Knight was awarded a €138,700 Movember-funded Irish Cancer Society research grant....

Why We Mo

Thanks to the support of Mo Bros and Mo Sistas like you, we are achieving our global vision of changing the face of men’s health.