Four members of the Skyline Energy Team with moustaches grown during the month of November

Movember Update: Skyline Energy Raises $1,200 for Men’s Health

December 9, 2019 News

November 29th, 2019 – Guelph, ON

It was a hairy November indeed at Skyline Head Office. True to their commitment, the Skyline Energy team let their moustaches run rampant all month long, in a fundraising campaign for the Movember initiative for men’s health.

As of November 29th, the team has raised $1,200. Funds will go toward over 1,250 men’s health projects and organizations in 20 countries, helping to raise awareness and tackle leading diseases affecting men worldwide, including prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental illness.

The “Skyline Energy Mo Bros” donation page will remain open until December 6, 2019. All donations are greatly appreciated, and the Skyline Energy team extends a huge thank you to all supporters and donors for their campaign.

The Skyline Energy team poses with freshly shaven faces at the beginning of November
The Skyline Energy Mo Bros Before (November 1, 2020)
The Skyline Energy team poses with full moustaches at the end of November
The Skyline Energy Mo Bros After (November 28, 2020) From left to right: Tanner Derjugin, Bill Bugyra, Matt Kennedy, Rob Stein

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