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We need an army of volunteers at each of the stadiums before kick off to help collect money and raise awareness amongst fans. You will also get a free ticket to watch the match afterwords.
In the run up to the general election in 2015, we are launching our own manifesto for change. We want to tell MPs about the inequalities that exist for men with prostate cancer, and what they need to do to address them.
We often get requests from press, radio and television to have someone share their experience of prostate cancer. These are great opportunities to raise awareness of such an important issue.
The purpose of the Grants Advisory Panel is to ensure that the voice of people living with prostate cancer is central to discussion and influential in decision-making when determining which research grants should be recommended for funding.
We are looking for new volunteers to join our existing panel.
Volunteer speakers represent Prostate Cancer UK at a range of different events giving talks about prostate cancer, their personal experience and the work of the charity.
We receive many requests from fundraisers for a charity representatives to attend a cheque collection ceremony. We need volunteers to attend these events as charity representatives.
If you enjoy playing sport, are a member of a club or even simply support a team – this could be the opportunity for you to become one of our local fundraising heroes. We run a series of exciting events throughout the year for our supporters to get involved with. Plus we can arm you with all the tools to set up your very own fundraiser.
Collection tins are a simple and effective way to not only fundraise but help get our message out into your community. They provide our charity with a constant source of income, which means we can keep on supporting men and those around them. Our tins can be located anywhere from local shops to community centres or pubs, but we need our local fundraising heroes to go the extra mile and get them out there.
Our challengers play an extremely important role for our charity in raising funds and awareness of our cause. We’re looking for the type of person who’s ambitious and can join our league of local fundraising heroes. How you do that is entirely up to you, and we’re always looking for new ideas. But we’ve also got some tried and tested classics that might spark your interest too.
We need our local fundraising heroes to rally friends, family, or people in your local community to come together to help raise money for our work to support everyone affected by prostate cancer.
We want to make sure everyone knows about prostate cancer and how they can get involved with our cause, wherever they may live. That’s why we ask our fundraising heroes to help us get our message out there in local communities around the UK.
You can help promote our work through a wide variety of activities that best suit your lifestyle.
Could you help build support for our charity within your community? They say that two heads are better than one, so it’s not surprising that our fundraising groups are often a powerful force for generating support.
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with Prostate Cancer UK.
Thinking of a challenge in 2014? Then check out
what events you
can do across the UK next year, from running a 10k, climbing a
mountain, cycling the Jurassic Classic or hosting a Tea for
Are you a part of a male lead choir group or know of one
local to you? We’re looking for male choir groups to get
involved in the 10,000 Challenge, our challenge to honour the
10,000 men who die from prostate cancer each year in the UK.
From raising 10,000 pennies, doing a 10,000 second concert or
hold an outdoor concert to reach 10,000 men, you can help us raise
money to support men with prostate cancer. Find out