Northampton Saints are getting behind the Movember movement this month, raising money to support the brilliant work done by the men’s mental health charity throughout November.
Movember – the UK’s leading charity changing the face of men’s health – was launched in 2003 and has funded more than 1,320 men’s health projects around the world, tackling mental health and suicide prevention, as well as prostate and testicular cancer.
Every year millions of men grow a moustache to raise awareness of the charity’s work, and this year is no different at Saints, with the entire squad taking on the challenge of Growing a Mo.
And several of the squad have already embraced the shave, with Movember team captain George Furbank, Ethan Waller, Tom Cruse, Callum Braley, Tom Seabrook, Tom James, Curtis Langdon, James Grayson, Robbie Smith, Paul Hill, Rory Hutchinson and Juarno Augustus among those getting into the spirit.
The squad have already racked up £1,000 in donations and you can get behind the team in their fundraising efforts by donating or signing up to participate HERE.