That's why a group of volunteers got their creativity flowing and helped the "T" at Texoma Community Credit Union grow a "mo", or a moustache.
It's to help a global group of "Mo Bros" raise awareness about men's health issues.
Tom Cale, branch manager, says, "The women have had their month last month with pink awareness, so we're doing prostate cancer awareness this month. We've got a moustache going up to make the community aware of man's month."
One in six men is diagnosed with prostate cancer, and testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer in men ages 15 to 35.
Mo Bros across the globe raised over $120-million last year to raise awareness about these diseases and more-- simply by growing their mo's and taking donations.
To learn more about MOvember and how you can get involved, head over to http://mobro.co/vandonge
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