Did you know…

1 in 6 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime? Crazy right. What about the fact that 1 in 2 men will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime and 1 in 3 women will be. Nuts, I know. How about that four times as many men commit suicide compared with women. So, so sad 🙁

These are just a few many reasons why a record number of Atlassian’s are growing a moustache throughout the month of November to raise awareness and funds for men’s health issues.

100 Moustaches Can Make a Difference

In 2010 we had more Mo Bro’s than ever before growing a stache to raise awareness and money for men’s health issues. Thanks to a brave offer from our Co-Founder, Scott Farquhar, we raised over $45,000! Just one year on, we’ve almost tripled our participation rate with a record 100 Mo Bro’s across our SydneySan Francisco, and Amsterdam offices.

Atlassian Mo Bro's
A select few of the 100 Atlassian's raising awareness for Men's health issues

 

Fundraising for Great Causes

With over US $8,000 raised to-date, we’re well on-track to raise more money than ever before in support of some inspiring local initiatives in Sydney, San Francisco, and Amsterdam. All donations will be matched thanks to the Atlassian Foundation.

Donate to Team Sydney | Donate to Team San Francisco | Donate to Team Amsterdam

How are we Mogressing?

Due to our super competitive nature we’ve appointed a panel of judges – some of our lovely ladies at Atlassian – in each office to pick a weekly Mo of the Week. Meet this week’s winners.

Sydney’s Mo of the Week – Howzat!

San Francisco’s Mo of the Week – OMG. Super fuzzy!

Amsterdam’s Mo of the Week – He’s a Spanish walrus.

Until Next Week…

We’ll keep growin’ and raising money to help change the face of men’s health. Thanks for your support!

Donate to Team Sydney | Donate to Team San Francisco | Donate to Team Amsterdam

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