When you shop with us
With one man every 45 minutes dying from prostate cancer, as well as helping you look the part, shopping with us helps bring us one step closer to winning the fight against this disease.
Everything you buy from our online shop helps us continue our work; investing in research to find better ways to diagnose, treat and prevent prostate cancer, and supporting men and their families affected by the disease.
What your money could do
£10 – the price of one pair of socks
Could pay for one hour of a research assistant's time, providing valuable support in laboratory settings and helping research projects run smoothly.
£35 – the cost of one of our hoodies
Could pay for 350 ‘Know your prostate’ pocket guides helping us make more men aware of their risk of prostate cancer and where they can go for support.
£50 - Could pay for the analysis of four tissue samples allowing scientists to understand more about prostate cancer and how it can develop in men. Using a sample from a man’s first biopsy to work out the individual make-up of his prostate cancer could help clinicians decide what treatment is most likely to work for him.
£75 - Could pay for 5 surgery support packs, giving men practical and informative support on the after-effects of surgery when they need it most. The packs give them access to vital supplies in a discrete fashion, information for them and their families on what to expect, what is normal and where they can find additional support.
£100 - Could cover the cost of analysing six blood samples. Blood samples could be used to work out why a particular treatment works for some men and not others.
It means absolutely everything to us when you support Prostate Cancer UK by fundraising, donating or even buying stuff from the online shop, because without you our research wouldn’t be happening. Your support makes such a difference to the progress we can achieve. But more than that, just knowing that there are people supporting us inspires us to continue what we’re doing to help beat this terrible disease.