Footgolf’s Movember Campaign

Movember Foundation: National FootGolf “MOVE” Campaign – 2nd November – 8th November

The UK FootGolf Association’s  official charity partner is the hugely popular Movember Foundation, who raise awareness and funds for both prostate and testicular cancer, as well as supporting projects around mental health and physical inactivity. Movember’s aim is for men to live happier, healthier and longer lives.

In 2015 Movember introduced a new “MOVE” initiative, encouraging people to embrace a more active lifestyle. The UK FootGolf Association (UKFGA) is keen to support the Movember Foundation this November and would like to invite you to join in our ground-breaking Nationwide FootGolf campaign.

The Movember FootGolf Week aims to encourage people of all ages and walks of life to get active and to try something new. The initiative is designed to get people together with family, friends and colleagues to engage in a sporting activity and to enjoy the social aspect our great sport brings. What better than to use the inclusive sport of FootGolf which can truly be played by anybody.

They are challenging Dads to play with their sons; Mums to play with daughters; boyfriends to do something with their girlfriends and groups of friends getting together to have some fun.
The week long campaign runs from Monday 2nd November up to and including Sunday 8th November.

You can contribute to this worthwhile cause in two ways. The first is to choose to play a round of Footgolf at one of the participating courses, helping the “MOVE” campaign in the process by paying for your round beforehand.

The second is to grow a moustache for the month of November and raise funds
in aid of Movember in the tradional manner. You can register and find out more by clicking on the link below.

No waxing for a month for me then…

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