Your Community March

Do you know a lot of people in your local community? Do you think you could get twenty or more people together to walk to stop prostate cancer being a killer?

We would love to see more towns all over the UK taking on their own March for Men, and we’ve got a guide to help you every step of the way when you're getting all your nearest and dearest together. So whether it's a plan or an idea, we'll get in touch to see how we can help.

You could walk to a famous landmark in your town, march around your favourite park - or just walk from point A to point B. Everyone can join in, kids and dogs included.

Jackie's community march

Jackie's husband Billy was diagnosed with prostate cancer in December 2016. Shortly afterwards, he decided to have surgery to remove his prostate. After meeting so many other families in the hospital where Billy had his operation, Jackie decided it was time to bring awareness to Northern Ireland and raise funds for research to help beat the disease. 

"Last September I organised my own March for Men at Stormont Estate and told friends and family. I posted messages on Facebook, and I also managed to convince our local paper to run a story on it. We had over 150 join us on the day which was amazing. And we're planning to do it all over again in 2018! The more people we tell about this disease, and the more funds that we raise, the more lives we can save in the future."

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