From quiz boffins to marchers and singers, these are the people using their passion to stop prostate cancer being a killer.
The Severfield Foundation, the charitable arm of a leading UK steel manufacturer, reveals huge fundraising total after making us their first major charity partner in 2016.
Europe’s leading airline, easyJet, is launching a six-week campaign onboard planes in a bid to fund cutting-edge research into prostate cancer and breast cancer.
Burton Menswear and the former footballer and Sky Sports pundit have announced their support for our March for Men walking events this summer, in a bid to help stop men dying from prostate cancer.
We've printed a million booklets, reached millions of passengers with our life-saving messages and given awareness talks to thousands of employees, all thanks to the generosity and support of the bus and rail operator over the last three years.
A charitable foundation set up just a year ago by a leading steel manufacturer has already raised a five-figure sum for us, thanks to the fundraising heroics of the company's workforce.
Even better than a beer, Carlsberg – our corporate sponsor of the Men United March – are supplying their very own team of staff to swell the legions of Jeff’s fundraising marchers on Day 8, as the route passes their Northampton brewery on its way to Milton Keynes. We raise a glass to their long-term support for Prostate Cancer UK.
Recognised at last week's Charity Times Awards, Keyline's corporate partnership with Prostate Cancer UK has raised awareness and extraordinary funds.
Firm's staff and partners took on sponsored challenges across four continents to raise the bumper donation to three charities, including Prostate Cancer UK.
Men United joins John Barras pubs to make the new football season count for pub goers across the UK.