Whether you’re a classic car enthusiast, rally driver, vintage car lover or motor head, there are so many ways you can get involved to raise funds and awareness of prostate cancer - a disease killing one man every 45 minutes.
What we can do together
Does your club support a charity each year? Choose Prostate Cancer UK and help us beat a disease affecting over 400,000 men and their families in the UK. Get in touch to receive a fundraising and awareness toolkit containing Man of Men pin badges, posters, and everything else you and your club will need for a year of fundraising.
Is there a road trip, rally, or car meet you’ve always wanted to do? Why not organise a once in a lifetime trip and raise money to help us beat prostate cancer? Tell us what you're up to and we'll do what we can to help.
Book a talk
You know what's under your car's bonnet, but do you know what's under yours? Invite us to attend one of your club gatherings, at work or in your local community and help raise the awareness of prostate cancer within your community. Our talks are completely free and delivered by our speakers many of whom have been personally affected by prostate cancer.
Classic Jaguar XKs - Autumn 2019
Coming to a town near you
"It's amazing to think we'll be running this event for a fourth year, thanks to the formula working so well for this great charity and our wonderful fund-raising crews. Our lap times are coming down!"
Philip Porter, founder of the International XK club, first spearheaded the RBCD three years ago after experiencing prostate cancer first hand. Since then, over £200,000 has been raised - and we're delighted to once again be involved in such a fantastic event.
This year, the XKs will begin their 19-day journey around the coast of Britain on 16 September at the Beaulieu Motor Museum and return on 3 October.
Find out more
Silverstone Classic partnership to reach more than 300,000 festival-goers over three years
We're teaming up with the world's biggest classic motor racing festival to get our message not to ignore prostate cancer to more than a hundred-thousand car-loving men and their families over the next three years.