New Advisory Council Member to Push Continued Support of Movember Foundation Mission

New Advisory Council Member to Push Continued Support of Movember Foundation Mission
The recent appointment of DMC Atlanta president Adam Dorfman to the Australian-based Movember Foundation National Advisory Council reflects the direct marketing and sales firm's continuing advocacy of the foundation's work in support of prostate and testicular cancer patients. In his eight years of leading this effort, DMC Atlanta has raised more than $175,000 for Movember. Last year, Dorfman was Movember’s second-highest individual fundraiser in the U.S., and third internationally. DMC Atlanta raised more than $61,000 in November to support the foundation, it announced in a press release. This was reported to be the eighth-highest team total in the U.S.. The Movember Foundation, which funds men’s health initiatives around the world, has raised $837 million since its 2003 inception.  “As a member of the Movember Foundation’s National Advisory Council, I’m well aware of the impact our fundraising makes,” Dorfman said. “And I’m incredibly proud of the work of the DMC Atlanta team this year. Our team truly supports Movember’s mission to help men get the physical and emotional help they need to live longer, happier, healthier lives.” By 2030, the foundation's goal is to cut in half the number of men dying from prostate cancer worldwide, and halve those facing serious ongoing side effects from prostate cancer treatment. The disease kills more than 30,000 men in the United States annually, according to the
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