Transdev in Brisbane is promoting Men’s health throughout November by getting behind the Movember foundation
Transdev is proudly participating in the Movember Foundation’s annual Movember campaign, which challenges men to grow a moustache, men and women to get physically active and move, or host a fundraising event – all of which spark conversations and raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health. Transdev have installed 50 Moustaches on their bus fleet to draw the attention of their customers.
“By doing this we hope that we can help spread the message about Men’s Health, not only to our own people, but also to the people and communities we serve,” Transdev Queensland’s Managing Director Tilly Loughborough said.
The Movember Foundation is the only global charity focused solely on men’s health and they have one goal: to stop men dying too young. As the only global charity tackling men’s health issues year-round, the foundation supports the following causes: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health, and suicide prevention. Since 2003, the support of more than 5 million men and women has funded over 1,200 innovative projects across more than 20 countries.
Ms Loughborrough stated, “It is great to see our team working together to make a real change over and above our business-as-usual, and it is wonderful to see that so many of our Journey Makers are coming on board with, and supporting, this promotion on a very important topic that touches many people’s lives at some point”.
Transdev operates metropolitan bus services on behalf of Translink and the Queensland Government. Our bus team operate over 140 vehicles providing urban, school and charter services to the local community, transporting 2.6 million people per year. Transdev also operates the iconic Brisbane CityCat, CityHopper and CityFerry services operating on Brisbane River on behalf of Brisbane City Council. We deliver over five million customer journeys each year.