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About Movember Foundation

The Movember Foundation is a global organization committed to changing the face of men's health.

Headquarters Location

P.O. Box 1595

Culver City, California, 90232,

United States

(310) 450-3399

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Latest Movember Foundation News

Lumpy Plums: Mandurah resident spearheading fundraising movement after cancer battle

Dec 6, 2022

Telissa RyderMandurah Coastal Times It’s the fundraising campaign Mandurah’s Storm Lewington never imagined would gain as much momentum as it has. Despite Movember team The Lumpy Plums raising more than $101,000 since 2018, the team captain said he still hadn’t fully comprehended the massive milestone. “It’s far exceeded what I thought we could do,” he said. PerthNow Digital Edition. “I started the team after my first diagnosis, thought I’d have a bit of fun with it and it’s turned into something much bigger than that.” Being able to give back to Movember is a full circle moment for the father-of-three, who was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2018. Camera Icon Storm Lewington was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2018. Credit: supplied He underwent surgery to remove his right testicle and was told all costs were covered thanks to the Movember Foundation and its global fundraising efforts. Mr Lewington would again rely on the foundation’s assistance in 2019 when an annual check-up found an enlarged para-aortic lymph node near the kidneys, despite his blood tests coming back clear. Doctors recommended three rounds of chemotherapy as a precaution. Camera Icon Storm Lewington hopes his story will help encourage men to start prioritising their health. Credit: supplied “It was a bit of a kick to the guts to hear that,” Mr Lewington said. “I wasn’t sick, I didn’t feel anything, there was nothing except this document to tell me otherwise. “Thank God they did pick up on it though.” After nine weeks of intensive chemotherapy, which Mr Lewington described as a “pretty morbid experience”, he was given the all-clear and has been in remission since. His partner Caylee Osborne said if Mr Lewington had put off seeing a doctor, the outcome could have been very different. “The part that I’m so proud about and the part I tell everyone is how quickly Storm acted,” she said. “He felt a lump, called our GP, we organised his appointments, he got the scans and blood tests and had the surgery within the space of about seven to eight weeks. “Storm was sitting next to a young bloke while going through his chemo and he had let it go for about three or four months and he was staring down the barrel of at least two years worth of chemo. “That time can be all the difference.” It’s a message Mr Lewington and his young family continue to spread across the community, selling hats and stickers encouraging men to ‘check their plums’ and women to ‘check their melons’. Mr Lewington has even got his workplace in Port Hedland on board, hosting an annual ‘tug-o-war’ between BHP ‘red’ tug boats and FMG ‘blue’ tug boats in a fun day full of healthy competition, fundraising and conversation about men’s health. Camera Icon Tug boats wore large moustaches during Movember. Credit: supplied More than $20,000 has been raised collectively across the 13 Lumpy Plums team members this year, with $13,000 from the tug-o-war competition. While his fundraising efforts have taken on a life of its own, Mr Lewington said his message remained the same. “Just swallow your pride for a couple of minutes and go and get it — whatever it is — checked out,” he said. “For the sake of a quick doctor’s appointment and a couple of scans, you might as well just get it done.” To buy Lumpy Plums merch, visit Mandurah Mazda, DPM cafe and Wanna Brew or their Instagram page.

Movember Foundation Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Movember Foundation founded?

    Movember Foundation was founded in 2003.

  • Where is Movember Foundation's headquarters?

    Movember Foundation's headquarters is located at P.O. Box 1595, Culver City.

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