MORRISVILLE,NC—For the seventh consecutive year, TrialCard will support the Movember Foundation, an organization devoted to tackling men’s health issues including prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. By 2030, the Movember Foundation plans to reduce the number of men dying prematurely by 25%. TrialCard has supported the mustache movement by raising $15,000 through its years of participation.
At TrialCard’s Movember kick-off event, Karen Baker, Director of Process Improvement, pledged t0 shave her head if a TrialCard employee raises $35,000. Project Manager, Tony McInnis, accepted the challenge.
“I am pleased to have raised this challenge as men’s health is something that’s very dear to my heart,” said Karen Baker. “My family has personally experienced the challenges associated with men’s health issues and I’m honored to be leading TrialCard’s awareness and fundraising efforts this year.”
“Our employees have exhibited an outstanding level of passion for this cause,” said President and CEO, Mark Bouck. “The Movember Foundation is an organization we look forward to supporting each year, and our Philanthropy Committee has initiated several fundraising events that we hope will drive greater awareness in the community.”
To support TrialCard’s commitment to helping improve men’s health, visit its official Movember team page.
TrialCard Incorporated provides product access, medication adherence, and patient support services on behalf of pharmaceutical manufacturers. Founded in 2000, TrialCard has become the largest provider of patient access programs in the industry, connecting patients with over $1.7 billion in annualized branded drug savings. TrialCard holds nine U.S. patents related to the processing and marketing of patient access programs. For more information about TrialCard, visit www.trialcard.com.