"Grow a Mo, Save a Bro", is this year's rallying cry from the annual Movember fundraising event to raise awareness of men's health issues, in particular, prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.
Stephen Fry heads up this year's campaign alongside a host of celebrities citing 'moustache positive' affirmations to encourage the male population to "get hairy" this November.
Catchy slogans for charity events in conjunction with a gimmick such as this can be highly successful and add a new dimension to a charity's core message.
This month, Macmillan Cancer encouraged us to be a Soberhero and 'Go Sober for October'. In September, Oxfam responded to the environmental impact of fast fashion with their #secondhandseptember urging us to make a pledge to say no to new clothes for 30 days.
So, what will you do?
Be inspired by some other pro-active slogan messages taken from the AdSlogans database:
"Get your jeans on" - Jeans for Genes
"Grab life by the boobs" - CoppaFeel!
"Give a shirt about beating bowel cancer" - Bobby More Fund / Football Shirt Friday / Cancer Research UK
"Brave the Shave" - Macmillan Cancer
"Wear it pink" - breast cancer now
"Do Your Thing" Beat heartbreak forever - British Heart Foundation
"Make breakthroughs possible" - Alzheimer's Research UK
"Together we will beat cancer" - Cancer Research UK
"Be the mate you'd want" - CALM / Dave
"Donate your words" - Cadbury's / AgeUK
"Share that you care" - Carers UK / British Gas
"Together Unstoppable" - Leonard Cheshire
"Do the one thing" - WaterAid
"Without you there is no cure" Anthony Nolan
"Wear a LAUGH change a LIFE" - Red Nose Day / TKMaxx
"Get Lippy" - The Eve Appeal
A batch of Hollywood stars and celebrities are telling some questionable facts about moustaches to get the word out about men’s health charity, Movember. Stephen Fry, David Oyelowo, Stephen Merchant, plus survival star Bear Grylls, fashion expert Tan France and singer Nicole Scherzinger have gotten together to tell tall tales of moustache prowess to champion the upper lip hair and encourage people to get involved in this year’s fundraising campaign.