Mustaches and Movember Are Back at the Q
CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Monsters announced Thursday that the organization is once again teaming up with the Movember Foundation to raise funds and awareness in the fight against men's health issues, most notably prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health, and suicide prevention. The team has had several player and front office participants over the last seven seasons, raising over $22,000 for the cause. Last season, the Monsters placed among the top ten teams in Movember's Hockey Fights Cancer challenge with $7,590 raised.
This year, the Monsters Movember team is comprised of 17 players and front office members who will fundraise for the month. Fans are encouraged to join by either signing up to be a part of the team or directly donating to their favorite players' accounts at www.clevelandmonsters.com/movember.
In addition, anyone in attendance at November Monsters games at The Q can stop by the Monsters Community Fund Table, at Section 128 on the concourse, to participate in special jersey auctions and raffles in support of Movember efforts.
All players participating in Movember are eager to get the word out on these important issues. Participating players can also be made available to media upon request.
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