Walking couple

Organise your own March for Men

How you can get involved

This year, we want everyone to March for Men to help stop prostate cancer being a killer. So we’re calling on all of our supporters to walk with us and raise money to help beat the most common cancer in men

Organising your own walk is a great way is a great way to get involved and raise money to help best prostate cancer.

Organising a walk can seem daunting, but we’ll be with you every step of the way, check out our resources below to help you plan your perfect event.

Need ideas? We can help.

Not sure where to start? Don’t worry. Our helpful team have lots of useful information on how to get started including suitable routes and tips on fundraising.



Simply leave your name and email below, and we'll be in touch with ideas about your very own March for Men.  


We'd like to use your details to keep you up to date with news, events, fundraising activities and more.

Email us

Got plans? Tell us.

If you’ve got an idea of where and when you’d like to walk, then you’re already one step ahead of the game!


We can provide support including fundraising materials, t-shirts, and tips on how to make the most of your event. Simply tell us about your walk, and we'll do everything we can.

Tell us about your walk
Wherenside and Ribblehead Viaduct for Three Peaks Challenge

Fancy a challenge?

If organising your own event isn’t your thing. We have plenty of challenge walks across the country where you can test your limits and take on some of the most iconic walks in the UK:

- Isle of Wight, 29 April 2017
- London 2 Brighton, 27 May 2017
- Cotswold Way, 1 July 2017
- South Coast, 26 August 2017
- Thames Path Challenge, 9 September 2017

See all challenge walks

Other ways to get involved

Jeff Stelling is walking 15 marathons in 15 days.

Join Jeff
People marching for men

Get the family together in Leeds, London or Glasgow.

Local walks

Discover why others have decided to get involved.

Supporter stories