MOvember’s vision is to have an everlasting impact on the face of men’s health. Each MOvember, men grow their MOustaches to raise vital funds and awareness to combat prostate and testicular cancer and mental health challenges.


– Testicular cancer is the most diagnosed cancer in men ages 15-35.

– 1 in 6 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer.

– A man is 35% more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer than a woman is to be diagnosed with breast cancer.

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Jennifer and I have been big supporters of this effort since we first heard of it. It’s a great cause and something we feel is an important message to get out into the community. We participate within the many events our South Bay MoBros Team membership organizes to raise funds and awareness, with the largest event centered around the Annual South Bay MoBros Golf Tournament. The South Bay MoBros Team is the Movember Foundation’s #8 ranked team nationally and to-date in November 2016 has already raised over $25,000. With over 40 members raising awareness and funds, this year is bound to be another record-setting drive. The Caskey & Caskey Team is proud to be a sponsor of the upcoming golf tournament by donating thousands of golf tees for the event.

I am proud to be sporting my MOvember MOustache to remind those I connect with this month to support men’s health awareness. Many people we know are affected by cancer and we believe that giving back to this important cause is one of the ways we can best serve our local community.

Our hard working and dedicated friends at South Bay MoBros have set a shining example of how to put the best foot forward in the fight against prostrate and testicular cancers. By banding this community together, they have become one of the largest, most influential Movember teams in the U.S. and I am proud to be associated with this team and their efforts. Learn more or make a donation to Movember through the South Bay MoBros Team by CLICKING HERE. Women participate right along with the men by being a MoSista. Learn more about the MoSista movement HERE.