Computerworld Australia backing Movember

Calling on mo’ and ‘tache submissions from Australia’s ICT industry for Movember

<i>Computerworld Australia's</i> James "Baby Face" Hutchinson. 'Before'.

<i>Computerworld Australia's</i> James "Baby Face" Hutchinson. 'Before'.

Computerworld Australia is calling on the Australian ICT industry to get behind Movember, in support of mens’ health, by sending in donation details and staff ‘before’ and ‘after’ photos.

In return, we’ll post up the donation details and ‘before’ shots of staff in IT departments, software developers, vendors, systems integrators, you name it, and we’ll give them a plug.

We’ll then run an ‘after’ slideshow later in the month just to prove that everyone went the distance.

In keeping with the spirit of Movember, Computerworld’s own James “Baby Face” Hutchinson and Hamish “9am Shadow” Barwick are also putting their personal dignity on the line for the cause (the rest of the staff are follically challenged).

So, if you aren’t personally growing some facial furniture, why click through on either, or both, of the guy’s names below to see how you can donate online using your credit card or PayPal account:

Hamish Barwick

James Hutchinson

So, remember:

  • Send in the details (your name, organisational name, and donation link) of your Movember entry to editor@computerworld.com.au
  • Where possible, send in a ‘before’ shot of your Movember entry
  • Get growing
  • Keep checking back with Computerworld Australia throughout the month for updates on the guys’ progress and the call for ‘after’ shots.

Good luck!

Industry Movember entrants

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