Megasealed takes on Movember fundraising

Megasealed Movember
New CEO Sean Johns is leading the Movember initiative at the franchise. (Source: Supplied)

The Movember campaign for 2023 is well underway, and Megasealed franchisees are striving to fundraise $10,000 for the men’s health initiative.

Megasealed’s new CEO Sean Johns is leading the franchise’s participation in the global Movember campaign.

The initiative addresses the crisis in men’s health: mental health, suicide, prostate and testicular cancer.

Johns said “Through my previous involvement with the initiatives such as the Fathering Project over the last 10 years I have seen the enormous ripple effect of a man’s mental health on their families. I am passionate in supporting men becoming the best versions of themselves so they can be engaged, feel supported and connected within a happy and healthy family,”.

Franchisees can access custom QR codes designed to streamline the donation process, making it easier for teams and their communities to contribute to this campaign.

Under Johns’ leadership, Megasealed aims to rally its expansive national network of 34 franchises across 125 territories. 

​Sydney Inner West local owner, Damian Elvey has already supported the cause with a $1,000 donation. “Supporting this cause means a lot to our business and I am proud to know the funds and awareness this Movember with Megasealed is for all the dads, brothers, sons, and mates in our lives,” he said.

The franchise that raises the most funds will be honoured with a special gift in recognition of their effort.