SERC Students To Grow A Mo For A Bro

Growing a Mo to Save A Bro At SERC For Men's health Issues


Growing a Mo to Save A Bro At SERC For Men’s health Issues.

November is here which means more leaves falling, nights getting shorter, weather getting colder, and of course moustache growing for the annual “Movember” charity campaign which helps address men’s health issues including mental health, suicide prevention, and prostate and testicular cancer.

South Eastern Regional College’s (SERC) Students’ Union and the College’s Mind Yourself team are challenging both students and staff to get involved by growing moustaches, walking, running, and cycling to help raise funds for the Movember’s worth-while causes.

Growing a mo to save a bro: SERC Students’ Union are leading the charge for a number of Movember fundraisers including growing moustaches, walking, cycling and running, all to help fund a range of  men’s health projects for the annual campaign. Pictured (L- R) Student Engagement Interns, Anna Leahy and Ross Currie with Mollie Richardson, Students’ Union Governor.

Anna Leahy, Student Engagement Officer for SERC’s Students’ Union said “The Students’ Union are very proud to be taking part in Movember once again and hope to top the funds raised last year for several men’s health projects.

She added: “The campaign complements the College’s Mind Yourself wellbeing programme, so not only are we raising funds but raising awareness about several health issues which affect men.  

“Everyone is welcome to take part in whatever way they choose whether running, walking, cycling or taking up the challenge to grow a moustache or simply by donating any amount, big or small, for the cause.      

“Funds raised for Movember also go towards making treatments more affordable and accessible, improving health services, funding support groups and much more.”

To donate to the SERC teams’ efforts, visit: