Wednesday, November 24, 2010

The Final Six Days Of Movember

The final days of Movember are quickly coming to a close. The mustache is growing, but I still need your help to raise awareness and financial resources for cancer research.

If you have been following me on Twitter, Facebook, or Dailybooth, you may have noticed this strange looking MO-stache in many of my pictures. Nearly every day, I hear someone ask, "What is that THING on your face?" Well, it is my way to talk about Movember.

Many of us men, and women, are touched by, or known someone who has been affected by, cancer. Countless dollars are spent on hospital bills, medicine, and other treatments, but what if we could finally find a cure? The cause of Movember is just our way of doing something that brings awareness and funding to such a goal.

Here in the Raleigh/Durham area, a number of us have joined together to create Team RDU. Along with other teams worldwide, we are focusing on raising as much money as we possibly can.

How can you help?
To help, simply do the following things:
  • Visit my Movember Profile page: http://us.movember.com/mospace/525360/
  • Click on the "Donate" button and give whatever you feel led to give. It doesn't matter the amount. Anything you can do is GREATLY appreciated. 
  • Share this link with all of your friends through Twitter, Facebook, or email. 
Even if you cannot afford to donate, please spread the word. That's it!

Special Thanks
With that being said, let me send a special thanks out to Danielle Baldwin, Mika Nicole Collins, and Marianne Hartsfield for their very generous donations.


If you are participating in Movember or have a story to tell, please leave me a comment below.


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