The Movember Foundation is the leading charity changing the face of men's health, and this Movember we Are joining them again. Together we can make a difference for men's health – in prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health, and suicide prevention. Help us stop men dying too young.
The official 2021 Mustachio Bashio fundraising page. Movember andTeam Macho Macho's are working side by side to raise money for prostate and testicular cancer research and bring awareness to mental health stigmas and suicide prevention initiatives. Our mantra, "Redefining Macho" sits at the very core of what we believe. What better way to do this than bringing your closest friends and family together under one roof for a night of awareness, remembrance, and celebration all while dressed like we are at a wedding in Montana.
We threw the 1st Annual Bashio in 2019 and it feels like yesterday we were dressed in Funky Formal on an NYC rooftop overlooking lower Manhattan. COVID 19 threw a wrench in our 2020 plans but did not stop Team Macho Macho's efforts. In 2020 we raised $71,000 and finished as a top 10 fundraising team in the US and top 20 in the world. With that being said, we think the people are ready for a party and Team Macho Macho is ready to provide.
- Time: 6:00 PM to Midnight - Location: The Mezzanine - 55 Broadway, New York, NY 10006 - Minimum Donation: $150.00 (this will be considered your admission/ticket) - Theme: Western Wedding - We are required to follow NYC COVID19 guidance. Proof of vaccine or negative test will be required.
Team Macho Macho is made up of Mo-Bros and Mo-Sisters across the U.S with the same goals in mind. To honor those who have lost their respective struggles and to help others overcome. We are redefining what it means to be "macho" and breaking away from stigmas that men need to "tough it out" or keep their feelings to themselves. In reality, the most "macho" thing a man can do is be open about their mental health and check-in on the mental state of the people around them.
I hit the trifecta. Prostate cancer, testicular cancer and Men’s mental health issues have impacted people in my life that I love. I do this for them.
Join Team Macho Macho in supporting those who have always supported us. The dad's, brothers, uncles, and friends in our lives who may be struggling mentally or physically this November.
This Movember, Jackson and I are joining them. Together we can make a difference for men's health – in prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.
As a Mo Sista, I am dedicated to promoting men’s physical and mental health. I am doing this for all the mo bros in my life. Cancer runs in my family and has affected many people I know and love.
The movement turned personal when my father, Neil, was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2014. Sadly, my father passed away in 2019. My luscious mustache is returning in all its glory for the month of November in support of men's mental health, men's physical health, and of course, prostate and testicular cancer research.
My motivation is to use the power of the moustache to have an everlasting impact on the face of men’s health.
We all have men in our life, whether it be our fathers, grandfathers, sons, cousins, or uncles who have deeply impacted us. Now is our opportunity to give back and say thank you.
My MOtivation is towards optimizing men’s mental health and realizing the value that men like me can gain from checking in and being vulnerable with ourselves and others. It’s one of the hardest, most ‘Macho’ things that I will ever do,
Coming from a long line of mustached men, I understand the power of the ‘stache. It has always been something I have looked up to, both physically and metaphorically and it is an honor to wear one for a great cause.
The only thing manlier than a mustache is being open and honest with yourself and others about the struggles you face.
I'm raising funds to tackle some of the biggest health issues faced by men: Testicular cancer, prostate cancer, and suicide. Help me stop men dying too young.
I'm here to encourage men to talk about their feelings, to recognize their ups and (especially) their downs, and to not be afraid to be vulnerable. We live in a society today that is aware and accepting of mental illness - it's a thing!
2020 has been a hard year for everyone. The isolation that people are feeling is real. If we can help one person feel less alone it could change their life and the lives of everyone they know for the better.
My motivation is to use the power of the mustache to have an everlasting impact on the face of men’s health.
Movember chat with Macho macho
Listen to our conversation with What To Do on Instagram Streaming 11/5