Colleagues across group raise over £7,500 for men’s health charities as part of Movember

Bibby Line Group // 28th February 2022


During November, colleagues from around the group joined forces to take part in Movember and raise money for men’s charities and raise awareness of men’s health issues.

Colleagues grew moustaches, held events and completed personal fitness challenges to raise over £7,500 (including company matchfunding) and walked, ran or cycled over 1,500kms.

Movember was the first of a series of group-wide fundraisers and health and wellbeing initiatives that is being co-ordinated at part of Project Compass as we work towards our vision of being “A family business, known for creating a better future together.”

For a bit of fun we also held a Movember awards to acknowledge those who went above an beyond. The winners were:

  • TOP FUNDRAISER: Jonathan Lewis (BLG HO)
  • TOP MOVER: Dan McParland (Bibby Marine)
  • AWARENESS CHAMPION: Anna Liana (BFS Poland)
  • MOST STYLISH: Scott Phillips (Garic)
  • DUAL AWARD: Mark Gould (Bibby Marine)
  • MOST IMPROVED MO’: Alexei Callender (BLG HO)
  • LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT: Paul Lomas (BFS)

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