Movember is an annual event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men's health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men's suicide.

The team at CLM are proud to support this great cause and a number of the team will be growing their moustaches through November to help raise awareness and financial support.

Last year the team CLM MoBros raised $1,600 for Men's Health and this year they want to raise even more.

To help raise more awareness for this cause, the team are hosting the Movember Breakfast and Charity Auction. During the breakfast you will hear from a number of different speakers about their health journey and the importance of speaking up about both mental and physical health. As well as a range of great speakers, a delicious breakfast courtesy of the Garden Window Cafe, you will also be able to bid on some great prizes as part of our auction.

Come along and support Men's Health!

Buy tickets

Buy tickets

Live in nelson? Grab tickets to our Movember Breakfast and Charity Auction. Great speakers, delicious breakfast and the opportunity to bid on some epic auction items!

Sponsor the CLM MOBROS

Sponsor the CLM MOBROS

Cannot make the breakfast but still want to show your support? Sponsor the CLM MOBRO team!

Questions

Questions

Have a question? Our fearless captain Mark can help! click the link below to get in touch.

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