2016 Movember – We Moustache You to ELEVATE the Conversation about Men’s Health

Indianapolis, Oct. 11, 2016 - After a successful 2015 Movember campaign, Phi Kappa Psi is happy to announce it will once again be participating in #PhiPsiMovember.

Movember Logo.pngPhi Kappa Psi believes in the power of conversation and education on important men's health issues. During November, we are committing to making sure our members feel empowered and supported to seek help to be the healthiest version of themselves.

We are a proud supporter of the Movember Foundation, which is a global charity committed to men's health, raising over $700 million dollars since 2003. Throughout the month of November, we encourage members to grow and groom your moustache to raise awareness and funds for men's health.

In 2015, we were able to rally around 200 Phi Psis to grow a moustache and start meaningful conversations on their campus or their communities—allowing us to raise just over $9,000 in a single month. With your support in 2016, we are confident we can raise an unprecedented amount of awareness and surpass our fundraising goal of $15,000.

With the right amount of effort, devotion and commitment, Phi Kappa Psi can lead in helping our members and men around the world address issues with their health, including testicular cancer, prostate cancer, and mental health. With more than 80,000 living members, we have a special opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the fight. Day 30 PicStitch.jpg

Head to www.Movember.com to create your profile, start a team page and join the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity network. This is your chance to start your Movember journey and begin telling people your story.

As always, you can learn more on our 2016 Movember Webpage.

The Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity is a 501(c)(7) association of men of integrity who strive to develop the individual in his intellect, in his involvement in the community and in his faith. The Fraternity was founded on February 19, 1852 at Jefferson College by William Henry Letterman and Charles Page Thomas Moore. It currently has 101 chapters across the United States, with over 6,500 undergraduate members and over 80,000 living alumni.