I thought I’d let the incomparable Martin Mull close out my Mustaches of Movember series. Today is the last day and, I have to tell you, you guys are fucking awesome.
You raised nearly $1,000 for cancer research. That’ll be combined with funds raised by other members of my dad blogger team, which will join funds raised by Movember participants from all over the world. Thanks to all who gave and/or spread the word to help tell cancer to go fuck itself.
You can still donate today at my Movember page (actually, you can donate all year, but the big drive is in November) to help us hit that $1,000 mark. And I’ll post a rare picture of my actual Movember ‘stache later today.
Thanks again, everyone.
Big, big thanks to the people who put us over the top yesterday:
Thanks to everyone who donated. The total for the day was $124. Add the anonymous donor’s match of up to $100 and the grand total is $224. Nice fucking work, people.
Movember’s not over, though. There’s still time to donate to my sweet, sweet ‘stache. GIve whatever you can to help stomp on cancer’s foot at my Movember page.
Thanks, guys. You all rock.
This is it, folks. An anonymous donor (anonymous to you, not me) will match all donations to my Movember page up to $100. So , if 10 people donate $10 each, that person will kick in an additional $100, all to fund cancer research and raise awareness of men’s health issues.
We can do it. We can duct tape cancer to the wall and laugh at it as it cries. Give what you can today and reblog/tweet/like/send by owl. Thanks.
Not only have a bunch of amazing and wonderful people donated to my Movember page to help put a thumbtack on cancer’s chair before class, but one anonymous philanthropist has made a stupendous offer. (And no, it’s not anyone in my family. Stop trying to guess.)
The anonymous donor pledged to match donations made November 24 — Wyatt and Boone’s birthday — up to $100. So, if you guys collectively donate $75 on Saturday, this person will kick in an additional $75. And if we surpass $100, this person will donate $100. That gives us the potential to raise $200 (or more) in a single day to tie cancer’s shoelaces together. That’s this Saturday. We can do it, people.
You don’t need to contribute a huge sum. A $10 or $15 donation from a handful of people adds up. So, give what you can and spread the word.
Hey! My friend Jen W. and an anonymous donor just pushed my Movember earnings over the $600 mark ($605, to be exact). Thanks, Jen and kind stranger.
If you want to be like these awesome people and put bubble gum in cancer’s hair, donate at my Movember page.
Movember Update: Libel Edition
Zach of 8bitdad accused me of doping, so to speak. He said no one — no one! — could grow such a sublime mustache in the amount of time I have. I assure you, any claims that I’ve been using mustache-enhancing drugs are unfounded. Help denounce my accuser by donating at my Movember page.
If you missed it last night, mamamusement posted a call to action asking people to donate to mustache at my Movember page. She beat sarcoma this year, then donned a mustache to show support for the Movember drive… She is so rad, people.
The real goal of my donation requests is to help raise money for cancer research. But, it looks like I’m in danger of dropping into the #3 spot on my team. So, even if you actually kinda like cancer (although, seriously, why would you?), donate to help me kick ass on my team. Thanks.
You know what I hate? F’in cancer. I’m feeling pretty good having just kicked a little sarcoma ass myself but I’d love it if you’d get involved in the Movember movement, specifically by supporting The Daddy Complex in his effort to raise vital awareness and funds for men’s health issues, specifically prostate and testicular cancer initiatives.
Grow a ‘stache, give a little, and kick cancer where it hurts. Rock on.
What she said.
(And thanks, lady. You rock.)
"I’m just a selfish bastard who wants research to get better for when I get hit in the face by cancer."
See? Everyone has their own reasons. Donate now and tell me yours.
Their contributions help unscrew the top of the salt shaker at cancer’s table. Donate now and do the same. Every donation helps, no matter the size.