Organise your own march
Organising your own march is a great way to challenge yourself and raise money to help beat prostate cancer.
Your march. Your way.
It's your march, your way, but we're with you every step of the way.
How far you want to walk and how much you want to raise is totally up to you, but set yourself a target that you think is achievable. For example, you could walk 5 miles, 10 miles, or take on a marathon route of 26.2 miles.
Need some inspiration?
Here's a few ideas to get you started:
- Club March - Do you follow a football, rugby or cricket club, or even play for a team? A Club to Club march could be for you. Pick your favourite team and set a date to walk from or to the ground. Or choose to march from your team’s home ground to the rival club.
- Mountain March - Take on a mountain of a challenge and push yourself to the limit! Whether you take on all of the UK’s highest mountains or just one - have you got what it takes to get to the top?
- Coastal March - Get your boots on and visit a section of the UK’s coastal path. Take on a cliff top hike or walk along the shore while enjoying the sea breeze.
- Local March - Why not plan a route around your very own local landmarks? Take advantage of your local footpaths or walk around your local park or open space. You can decide how long or short the walk is and can pick a place that’s important to you.
- Challenge March - Whether it is Lands End to John O’Groats, a coast to coast walk or visiting every county in the UK, test your limits by organising your own challenge.
Why you should march
By putting your best foot forward and taking on a march you’ll be helping to stop prostate cancer being a killer. Men and their families need you more than ever. The funds you raise will protect the lifesaving research that is now at risk.
Want to organise your own march, but don’t know where to start?
Our team has lots of useful information on how to get started, from walking routes and tips to fundraising advice and materials. Drop us an email at email@example.com or give us a call on 020 3310 7176.