HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. — (11-20-19) — East Coast News (ecn) is in the midst of its interactive “No Shave” fundraising campaign in support of the Movember Foundation. Addressing issues that impact men’s health—including testicular and prostate cancer.
“This campaign is such a fun way to contribute to a great cause and the ECN team has really gotten into it!” said ECN Vice President Lynda Mort. “We are so grateful to System Jo, Aneros, and Bathmate for sponsoring this campaign and to the Koretskys for matching our donation! Movember is a fun opportunity to support an important cause while promoting important information about prostate and testicular health, and ECN is happy to lead the way.” said Mort.
ECN Continues supporting Men’s Health in Testicular and Prostate Cancer
The fun campaign requires participants to donate $20, shave their facial hair, and leave it for the month in the hopes of winning one of several $100 gift cards, and ECN founders Michael and Frank Koretsky will match ECN’s total donation to double the impact of every contribution.
Members of the ECN team have shaved their signature beards and are posting their facial hair progress throughout the month. Along with their “no shave” selfies, ECN staff members are engaging the industry in an important conversation about the importance of men’s health and proactive healthcare and encouraging customers to make their own donations to the Movember Foundation.
Participating in ECN’s No Shave campaign is easy:
• Donate $20 (all proceeds go to the Movember Foundation)
• Shave all facial hair
• Refrain from shaving for the rest of November
• At the end of the month, each of the event’s three sponsors will choose a winner!
Each individual sponsor will choose a winner based on their own criteria; participants can win $100 towards a spa day from System JO, a $100 gift card from Aneros, or a $100 gift card from Bathmate. Participants are expected to refrain from shaving but are permitted to tidy up neck lines.
The Movember Foundation works to address issues that impact men’s health like prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and suicide by funding groundbreaking projects all over the world, engaging men where they are to understand what works best and accelerate change.
To learn more about the Movember Foundation, visit US.Movember.
Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer
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