Our incredible partners

We would like to thank all our corporate partners for their generous support. To find how we could work together to stop prostate cancer being a killer, please contact us at partnerships@prostatecanceruk.org

  • easyJet

    easyJet ran a six week Lifesaving Journeys campaign during October and November 2018 to raise money and awareness of Prostate Cancer UK and Breast Cancer Now. The aim of the campaign was to fundraise research into the most common cancers in men and women to help keep more families together for longer. The money was raised by doing in-flight collections on all UK bound flights, and easyJet staff also organised their own fundraising activities at their local airports. Thanks to the incredible support and commitment of easyJet staff, charity champions and customers, the campaign raised an incredible £438k to be split between both charities.

  • Keyline

    Keyline Civils and Drainage is one of our longest standing partnerships; since 2010 Keyline has raised over £1.7 million and counting!

    In addition to staff fundraising and raising awareness, Keyline go the extra mile and host an annual car rally with a different theme every year!

    In 2018, we were pleased to announce that Keyline decided to continue our award-winning partnership for another five years. Our partnership has achieved considerable recognition at the Business Charity Awards where Keyline won best UK project and a highly commended for the partnership.

    "We are proud to be working with Prostate Cancer UK. Operating in a male-dominated industry, this is a charity we feel we have a responsibility towards supporting and helping to raise awareness.

    - Kieran Griffin, Managing Director of Keyline

     

     

  • Pentel

    Pental Pens have been a fantastic long-term supporter of Prostate Cancer UK. Since 2009, they have helped to raise more than £550,000 through the sale of their blue ‘EnerGel Xm’ pens, which are sold on Amazon and in Clinton Cards. That's a significant amount of ink! Thank you Pentel.

    “We’ve heard recently that prostate cancer has become the third biggest killing cancer in the UK, and this has made us more determined than ever to continue to support the excellent work of Prostate Cancer UK, to help fund projects to raise awareness of the disease and improve the quality of life for men living with a diagnosis.

    Our efforts won’t stop now we’re reached this significant figure.  We’ll keep going, setting new goals and hopefully raising much more money to support Prostate Cancer UK and the fantastic work that they do. Next step, £1 million!”

    Wendy Vickery, Pentel Marketing Manager

  • Burton Menswear

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    Burton Menswear have supported Prostate Cancer UK since 2017 as part of their commitment to supporting their staff and customers. Burton stores across the UK sell our Man of Men Pin badge and have raised more than XX to date.

     

    In 2018, Burton partnered with us as a lead sponsor of our seven March for Men walking events across the UK which had more than 7000 participants.

     

    Burton continue to raise funds through the sale of limited edition Prostate Cancer UK merchandise, such as polo shirts, hoodies and Christmas jumpers. Many of their staff have taken part in our events since the launch of the partnership.

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  • Jacamo and N Brown Group

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    N Brown Group have chosen Prostate Cancer UK to be a charity partner for two years, and we're delighted that they are part of our team.

    The group operates a trusted family of retail brands offering fashion that fits under the auspices of Jacamo, JD Williams and Simply Be. They've also engineered a number of targeted support and specialist brands for specific consumer groups.

    In a joint partnership with Prostate Cancer UK, Breast Cancer Now and The Silver Line, the N Brown Group is committed to raising funds both in-store and through staff initiatives.

  • PPG Architectural Coatings

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    PPG Architectural Coatings have partnered with Prostate Cancer UK since the start of 2017 along with Johnstone's Decorating Centres across the country getting involved and raising vital support. 

    Partnership activities have included Brew and Bake sales, sporting challenges and hosting awareness talks and drop in stands to help increase staff awareness of prostate cancer. Our Man of Men pin badge is available at Johnstone's stores across the UK. 

  • Vanarama

    Sponsor of the Football Conference and commercial vehicle leasing business Vanarama signed up to Men United in September 2014, and have already been great supporters. On Non-League day 2014 Vanarama pledged to make a donation to us on behalf of every fan attending a Vanarama Conference fixture on the day, raising thousands.

    Vanarama will be testing their sporting knowledge at the Men United Sports Quiz, with staff planning lots more exciting fundraising activities throughout the year.

    “Much of the non-league football fan base and the vast majority of our van leasing customers are male, so it makes perfect sense to support Prostate Cancer UK, helping raise cash and spread awareness.”

    - Andy Alderson, Vanarama CEO

  • talkSPORT

    talkSPORT, the world's biggest sports radio station, is supporting Prostate Cancer UK as its first ever charity partner. To kick off, they supported the inaugural Men United Cup - a nationwide 5-a-side tournament in support of the charity.

    talkSPORT will also be working with us to support our sports activity and raising money with their staff.

  • Charles Wells

    Charles Wells has chosen Prostate Cancer UK as their charity partner for 2018 and 2019.

     

    Through events held in Charles Wells pubs, such as The World’s Biggest Pub Quiz, and corporate days such as the Charles Wells Pub Partner Awards, Trade Day and Golf Day, this partnership is raising the profile of prostate cancer and getting conversations started in places where men feel most comfortable talking.

  • Moss Bros

    Moss Bros has been working in partnership with Prostate Cancer UK since 2017. As well as participating in staff fundraisers, they have also generously donated suits as prizes for our Christmas raffles and also for our own very successful sample sale in aid of Prostate Cancer UK.

  • T.M. Lewin

    We have been in partnership with TM Lewin since 2017 and they have supported us by doing a range of fundraising activities such as raffles and sample sales at their head office. Their stores have also stocked our Man of Men pin badges, and so far, they have sold over 7,000 to help raise awareness of the most common cancer in men.

  • KN Group

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    KN Group - a leading UK telecommunications, power and transport infrastructure company - have chosen to support both Prostate Cancer UK and Ovarian Cancer Action in 2018/2019.

     

    KN Group’s staff will be raising funds through a programme of on-going activities, ranging from staff bake days to marathons and cycling events. All fundraising activities and events are designed for both individual staff members and groups, in order to have the biggest impact and get as many people at KN Group involved as possible, as well as to engage with communities local to their offices. 

  • J.W. Lees

    Following a staff vote, Prostate Cancer UK has been chosen as JW Lees’ Charity of the Year for 2018/2019.

    JW Lees will be supporting Prostate Cancer UK through their annual Golf Day, Leadership 100 Pubs in a Day challenge, raising health awareness among their staff and customers, and general pub fundraising activity.

  • EEM Efficiency East Midlands

    Efficiency East Midlands

    EEM is a non-profit organisation offering efficiency savings for the public sector.

    Following a staff vote, Prostate Cancer UK was overwhelmingly chosen as Charity of the Year for 2019, alongside Rhubarb Farm.

    The majority of fundraising will take place at their Building Communities Awards, which was set up to recognise achievements in the housing and construction industry.

  • Biffa

    Biffa plc is a waste management company providing collection, landfill, recycling and special waste services to local authorities and industrial and commercial clients in the UK.

    As a way of improving the health of their teams, Biffa is working with Prostate Cancer UK to educate their staff and provide them with a fun way to increase their activity. As such, Biffa will be taking part in Prostate Cancer UK’s March the Month initiative.

  • Janssen

    Prostate Cancer UK and Janssen have been working together since 2016 in what we see as a truly collaborative partnership bringing the strengths of both organisations together to improve the lives of men and their families affected by prostate cancer. The partnership has grown over time with an initial focus on raising awareness of prostate cancer through the Hear Me Now campaign, and more recently supporting of training for healthcare professionals.

    Working together over this time has allowed links to be established between members of staff with similar roles from both organisations which has allowed for the sharing of best practice and expertise. Throughout the partnership Janssen have provided pro-bono support in areas such as management training and health economics, whilst Prostate Cancer UK have ensured the perspective and experience of those affected by prostate cancer is always championed. We believe that collaborative working towards our shared goals will allow us to achieve more and have a greater impact for everyone affected by prostate cancer.

  • Worcester Bosch Group

    Worcester Bosch is the UK market leader in domestic boilers.

     

    Following a staff nomination, we were selected to be Worcester Bosch’s Charity of the Year for 2018/2019. The partnership will include matching for funds raised by employees through activities such as cake sales and sporting events.

  • Considerate Constructors Scheme

    Considerate Constructors Scheme

    Men represent a huge part of the Construction Industry – husbands, partners, dads, brothers and sons. With 1 in 8 men at risk of prostate cancer in their lifetime. We believe men are worth fighting for. The Considerate Constructors Scheme, support those companies who register with the Scheme, to secure everyone’s safety and to protect their workforce. We have been working together since 2013, to promote vital awareness of the most common cancer in men to employees in the construction industry.

  • Safran Seats

    Safran

    Since 2018, Prostate Cancer UK has been Safran Seats’ (formerly known as Zodiac Aerospace) charity of the year along with Breast Cancer Care. During in the past year, staff have been involved in a variety of fundraisers including creative Halloween bakes, Christmas fundraisers and cycling events. Most notably, they have helped to engage their male staff by regularly hosting awareness talks about the risk factors of prostate cancer.

Past partners

  • Royal Mail

    Prostate Cancer UK was chosen as Royal Mail's Charity of the Year 2012-2014.Employees raised funds through a wide variety of initiatives and events, and more than we could imagine - raising over £2.3 million with match-funding from Royal Mail.

    “Over our two year partnership with Prostate Cancer UK, we have enjoyed fundraising successes, and high levels of employee engagement. Our partnership has raised over £2.3 million to fund specialist prostate cancer nurses. Thousands of our people engaged in awareness days, campaigns, and fundraising events around the UK. It has been a pleasure to work alongside Prostate Cancer UK’s partnership team, and help raise much needed funds for the men affected by prostate cancer, and their families.”

    - Lily Heinemann, Head of Corporate Responsibility and Community Investment, Royal Mail Group

  • Deloitte

    Deloitte employees have voted to join the fight against prostate cancer for the next three years by nominating us as one of their new Charity of the Year partners along with The Alzheimer's Society and Mind.

    This major partnership comprises fundraising and vital volunteering and pro bono support, all of which will drive our pioneering 'Search and Rescue' programme, in which we will recruit and train volunteers to search for 300,000 men at risk of prostate cancer by holding talks and events, and signpost them to our key support services.

  • Marks & Spencer

    M&S proudly supported Prostate Cancer UK for nine years raising over £2 million to support our helpline, giving men diagnosed with a prostate problem unlimited time to talk over treatment options with one of our Specialist Nurses.

    M&S sold pin badges in 2104 at till points giving our Men United campaign a boost on the high street.

  • FirstGroup

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    FirstGroup staff voted to support us for a three year partnerships at the end of 2014. To celebrate the launch of the partnership in April 2015, 30,000 FirstGroup staff will kick start their fundraising with some great events like Men United quizzes, cycle rides, collections and cake sales. The new three year partnership hopes to raise £1 million for men affected by prostate cancer, and their partners and families.

    One of the aims of the partnership is to begin life-saving journeys for FirstGroup employees, customers and the wider community by ensuring they know their risk of prostate cancer and raising awareness of the disease, and the support available from the charity. There have already been some great awareness-raising events as our volunteer led awareness talks and stands have popped up in depots across the UK.

    Donations received via FirstGroup over the next three years will fund the production of 1 million 'Know Your Prostate' pocket guides, and will also provide us with invaluable advertising space throughout the extensive UK bus and rail networks which will encourage many more people to join the our campaign against prostate cancer.

  • Iceland

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    Iceland Foods have supported us since 2008, and have donated over £860,000 to help support men with prostate cancer.

    Chief Executive Malcolm Walker says, "It isn't just Mums who go to Iceland, and we are delighted to continue our support for the excellent work that Prostate Cancer UK does for those living with the most common cancer among men in the UK."

    We've been a beneficiary of Iceland's Charity Golf Day every year, and last year received a fantastic £100,000 following the event.

  • Vanarama

    Sponsor of the Football Conference and commercial vehicle leasing business Vanarama signed up to Men United in September 2014, and have already been great supporters. On Non-League day 2014 Vanarama pledged to make a donation to us on behalf of every fan attending a Vanarama Conference fixture on the day, raising thousands.

    Vanarama will be testing their sporting knowledge at the Men United Sports Quiz, with staff planning lots more exciting fundraising activities throughout the year.

    “Much of the non-league football fan base and the vast majority of our van leasing customers are male, so it makes perfect sense to support Prostate Cancer UK, helping raise cash and spread awareness.”

    - Andy Alderson, Vanarama CEO

  • talkSPORT

    talkSPORT, the world's biggest sports radio station, is supporting Prostate Cancer UK as its first ever charity partner. To kick off, they supported the inaugural Men United Cup - a nationwide 5-a-side tournament in support of the charity.

    talkSPORT will also be working with us to support our sports activity and raising money with their staff.

  • Two Fingers Brewing Co

    Two years in the making, Aurelio, a craft beer created by Two Fingers Brewing Co and its network of partners, is donating at least 10p per bottle sold to Prostate Cancer UK.

    The British-brewed beer is available at tesco.com and in selected Tesco stores, Ocado and morrisons.com. All priced at £1.89 per bottle.

    For more information, visit Two Fingers Brewing Co.

    Please drink responsibly.

  • Carlsberg

    The Charity Committee at Carlsberg have been busy with their fundraising since we partnered with them in 2013 and have raised nearly £30,000 to help men with prostate cancer.

    They have organised bucket collections, car wash events, bake sales, comedy nights, fancy dress days and taken part in Movember. This year, their fundraising went to a new height when they took on the Three Peaks Challenge and raised over £1,000.

  • Marshalls

    Marshalls logo creating better spaces

    Marshalls is the UK’s leading hard landscaping manufacturer, and has supplied some of the most prestigious landmarks in the UK with hard landscaping solutions since the 1890s.

    After a company-wide vote, employees chose Prostate Cancer UK as their new partner charity, and have pledged to raise funds throughout the year with a full spread of events and initiatives.

    Staff will be braving the dirt in Tough Mudder, holding a MAN v BBQ day, taking part in Movember - and much more!

  • Below the belt

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    Below the Belt Grooming for Men have chosen to partner with Prostate Cancer UK since December 2017, pledging to raise £10,000 for us over the next year. For every Below the Belt product sold in the UK, 20p will be donated to help stop prostate cancer being a killer.

    Below the Belt Grooming for Men offers a range of products which are specifically designed to address the daily issues that men face below the belt, and to provide easy to use solutions that fit with men’s busy lifestyles.

    Additionally, Below the Belt staff are keen to support and raise awareness for us and will be supporting Prostate Cancer UK at selected events to raise awareness of the partnership and prostate cancer. The product is stocked in selected Boots stores and online

  • Srixon

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    Prostate Cancer UK has been appointed the Official Charity Partner of Srixon, one of the biggest names in the world of golf. The world-leading supplier of golf equipment will be donating £1.50 from every dozen pack of Z-Star balls sold to help stop prostate cancer being a killer. With the average age of the UK golfer being over 50 years old and men over 50 having an increased risk of developing prostate cancer, the partnership is the perfect opportunity to reach some of the men who most need to hear our message.

  • Severfield

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    Launching in July 2016 Severfield colleagues and the Severfield Foundation have been fundraising across the business through a combination of sporting challenges and office fundraisers, piling up over £30,000 in the first year.

    With a workforce that is over 90% male and prostate cancer affecting 1 in 8 men, the partnership is highly relevant and has also helped inform colleagues about prostate cancer and their risk.

  • Homebase

    In the lead up to and over Father’s Day in 2017 and 2018, Homebase stores across the UK supported Prostate Cancer UK in our goal of raising public awareness of prostate cancer.

    Support included fundraising activities such as Brew & Bakes and #Shirt2Works, as well as bucket collections and awareness raising volunteers in-store.