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The Source+ to Support “Movember” Throughout November to Raise Funds and Awareness for Men’s Health

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Tweet It: #Movember2021 marks the hairiest time of the year! @thesourceNV invites customers to support @movember during the month of November by shopping in-stores and rounding up at the register.

The Source+, an award-winning cannabis company with dispensaries in the Las Vegas Valley and Reno, will support “Movember” throughout the month of November to raise funds and awareness for men’s health. 

“Movember” is the leading charity changing the face of men’s health with a focus on men’s mental health and suicide prevention as well as prostate and testicular cancer research and support. From Monday, Nov. 1, through Tuesday, Nov. 30, customers may round up purchases while shopping in-store to directly support “Movember.” The Source+ will also accept direct donations for the organization at each of its locations. 

“We’re proud to support Movember’s global movement and these critical aspects of men’s health,” said CEO of The Source Holding LLC, Simon Nankervis. “The power of a mustache is a lighthearted way to start these important conversations and we’re looking forward to raising awareness and funds to tackle these issues.” 

Inspired by the mustache’s ability to generate a conversation, “Movember” originated in Australia in 2003 and has funded more than 1,250 men’s health projects around the world, challenging the status quo, shaking up men’s health research and transforming the way health services reach and support men. “Movember’s” success can largely be attributed to the strength of the global community.

The Source+ has prioritized giving back to its communities since its inception, supporting local partners by donating over $18,000 to local nonprofits, including the Ink Ribbon Foundation, Forgotten Not Gone, St. Baldrick’s, Opportunity Village and Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada in 2020. In 2021, The Source+ has donated over $38,000 to organizations including The Last Prisoners Project, The Nevada Homeless Alliance, Mondays Dark and Susan G. Komen.