Get ready for ‘Movember’

Contest offers incentives for your Movember moment

Movember is a special time of year, when moustaches of all shapes and sizes begin to sprout and friends and family offer words of encouragement as well as donations in support of men’s health.

Last year, Prospera’s Movember contest garnered some pretty fierce voting, all to help raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and mental health initiatives.

This year, the credit union has another fun and interactive event running throughout the month of November, and one lucky Mo Bro is going to win a donation of $250 towards their Movember campaign.

It’s easy to enter, simply snap a selfie and post it on Prospera’s Facebook timeline, then invite your friends, family, neighbours, or anyone else you can think of, to vote for you.

For every vote received, Prospera will donate $1 to men’s health initiatives and the Mo with the most votes will receive a donation of $250.

The contest starts November 1 and ends November 30. The winner will be announced Monday, December 1.

If you’ve got Mo potential, don’t Mo alone!

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