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A ‘Mo’ment in time
Oris joins forces with Movember once again to bring positive change to men’s lives
The state of men’s health is in crisis.Today, 5.6 million men are living withor beyond prostate cancer. Testicularcancer continues to claim young lives.Every year, 500,000 men take their ownlives – that’s one a minute. On average,men die six years earlier than women.Too many men are dying too young.It has to stop.
This year, Oris is partnering againwith The Movember Foundation, theworld’s leading men’s health charity,to raise awareness of these importantissues, and to raise funds in supportof the charity and the projects it funds.Through the Oris Movember Crewand through sales of the new OrisMovember Edition (pictured, left),Oris has set a goal of raising CHF100,000 for the charity this autumn.
Oris is inviting customers, partners,journalists and friends of the brand tojoin us. Whether you grow a ‘Mo’, takepart in a shave-down, or buy the watch,there’s a part for everyone to play.
Oris, one of the few remainingindependent Swiss watch companies, first worked with Movember in 2017as part of its vision to bring changefor the better and to behave in asocially, economically and ecologicallyresponsible way. Last year, Oris raisedCHF 45,000 for the charity, a figure itaims to more than double in 2018.
The Movember Foundation wasfounded in Australia in 2003 with amission to ensure men live happier,healthier, longer lives. In the yearssince, more than 5.5 million men andwomen – Mo Bros and Mo Sistas –have taken part in Movember across21 countries. To date, the charity hasfunded more than 1,200 men’s healthprojects. Its goal is to reduce thenumber of men dying prematurelyby 25 per cent by 2030.
‘As men, we don’t talk about theseissues often enough – and often notbefore it’s too late,’ says Oris ChairmanUlrich W. Herzog. ‘Oris is passionateabout bringing change for the betterand to improving men’s lives, and we’redelighted to be supporting the inspiringmission of The Movember Foundation.’
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