Movember Update | Week four

Only one week left to the end of Movember and The Copenhagen Post’s ‘moustachers’ have almost managed to amass a total of 3,000 kroner so far. That’s almost double the amount the team had last week, putting our participants in a real fighting mood to raise more money over the final stages of the men’s health awareness campaign.

Christian Wenande has raged into the top spot with 1,190kr, followed closely by editor-in-chief Kevin McGwin, who has managed to raise 901kr. Last week’s leader Ray Weaver, however, has slipped down to third place after a fruitless week leaving him with 475kr to his name. Sadly the same goes for Peter Stanners and Dima Paranytsia, who have also failed to raise any money over the last seven days.

Search for our ‘The Copenhagen Post’ team on dk.movember.com, and help out our struggling Movemberers before Christian’s lead starts to embarrass them!





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