If you're ditching the razor this Movember, you can help Team RMIT raise funds for men's health.
Movember is the month where men can grow and women can support the moustache - or Mo - for 30 days to raise awareness and funds for men's health.
RMIT staff, students and alumni taking part in Movember are encouraged to register as members of Team RMIT on the Movember site.
Whether you're a MoBro or a MoSista, Team RMIT wants you.
Since 2003, more than $576 million has been raised by four million MoBros and MoSistas, with the funds invested in education, research, awareness and survivorship programs.
One of Movember's key health initatives is led by an RMIT alumnus, Dr Mark Buzza.
The Master of Business Administration (Executive) graduate manages the Global Action Plan, a $25 million cancer research program established by the Movember Foundation.
The program collaborates with more than 250 of the world's leading prostate cancer researchers and clinicians across more than 15 countries.
Its aim is to facilitate a better understanding of the cancer's aggressiveness, treatment response, and metastasis - the spread of a cancer from one organ or part of the body to another.
The ultimate goal is for every man diagnosed with prostate and testicular cancer to receive a tailored treatment plan that best suits their specific cancer.
Movember funds 832 health programs in 21 countries.